Refugee Children Dying at Alarming Rate in South Sudan, Aid Groups Say
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Refugee Children Dying at Alarming Rate in South Sudan, Aid Groups Say

Khartoum : Sudan | Jul 06, 2012 at 12:48 PM PDT
Source: Newyork Times
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Adriane Ohanesian/Reuters Four-year-old Buray El Hag rests in a Doctors Without Borders treatment center in Jamam refugee camp in South Sudan on July 2. Adriane Ohanesian/Reuters A woman carries water through the swampy grounds of Jamam refugee camp in South Sudan on July 2. FULL ARTICLE AT Newyork Times
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Men and women in Sudan's South Kordofan region carry their belongings as they flee bombing by the Sudanese army in June
Men and women in Sudan's South Kordofan region carry their belongings as they flee bombing by the Sudanese army in June
 
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