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South Sudan Unrest Sees Food, Fuel, Phone Airtime Run Short

As clashes continue around South Sudan, even states that have managed to remain peaceful are feeling the effects of 12 days of unrest with food, fuel and even mobile phone airtime starting to run out and prices rising sharply. No fighting has been reported in the Eastern Equatoria town of Torit, but resident Lagu James Thomas says he has not been able to make any phone calls since Monday. “I asked for airtime. I found that airtime for two pounds has raised to three pounds, and for five...

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