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Norway: South Sudan Crisis Is Man-made, Government Must Act

Newsmax Tuesday, 21 March 2017
Norway's foreign minister says South Sudan's leaders have inflicted a massive humanitarian crisis on the population threatened by a famine, adding that a stop in fighting in the civil war is needed urgently.Borge Brende says South Sudan is "one of the world's biggest...
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News video: Aid workers killed in South Sudan ambush

Aid workers killed in South Sudan ambush 02:17

Six aid workers and their driver have been killed in South Sudan. The group was ambushed while travelling from the capital, Juba, to Pibor. It's the worst single attack on humanitarian staff since the country's civil war began in 2013.

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