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S. Sudan Conflict Displacing Livestock

The year-long conflict in South Sudan has taken a heavy toll on the population through malnutrition, death and displacement. But the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization says millions of cattle have also been displaced, raising concerns over disease outbreaks and tensions between pastoral groups. Dr. Sue Lautze said, “The FAO is “quite concerned, not only about the livestock, but the millions of people who rely on the animals for their livelihoods.” Lautze is the U.N. agency’s...

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