Diaspora News: Death toll from civil war in South Sudan reached almost 400-thousand people

A new report suggests that the death toll from the civil war in South Sudan has reached almost 400-thousand people – multiple times more than had previously been thought. The country declared independence in 2011. The U.S. was quick to support Africa’s newest nation then, but how long did that help continue?

One Reply to “Diaspora News: Death toll from civil war in South Sudan reached almost 400-thousand people”

  1. No surprise, the usual suspect. Most of the corpses of women, children and men in mass graves throughout the country were without heads, kidneys, lungs, hearts… A new clinic that accept foreign patients was open in Juba early this year and is in full operation. Juba airport is one of the busiest airport 24/7/365.

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