How South Sudan’s Conflict Has Led To A Food Crisis (Video)
South Sudan is on the brink of catastrophe. The country has fallen into a bloody civil war divided by its two largest ethnic groups, the Dinka and Nuer. Fighting and heavy rains have critically impacted access to food. AJ+ asks Challiss McDonough from the World Food Programme – East Africa, about what’s happening in the world’s youngest country.
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