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In South Sudan, Lots of Anger But No Protests

Refugee Michael Deng Gaduel is one of about 50,000 who have sought safe haven from the fighting at a United Nations site near Bentiu - a strategic town near some of South Sudan’s most important oil fields. It has changed hands many times during the year-old conflict. On a recent morning, the 26-year-old primary school teacher recounted his difficult experience. “Even me I come here through difficulties. I spent about five days in the bush without drinking any water. I taste also even then...

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