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Friday, May 19, 2017 - 16:22
The Humanitarian Coordinator in South Sudan calls for total ceasefire for the already suffering people to live in peace and prosperity.
 
Eugene Owusu says guns have to be silenced because they are creating untold suffering of people of the young country.
 
One of the IDPs at Aburoc, Upper Nile, Martha Peter, in Arabic says people who cannot face the dire humanitarian situation in South Sudan, are now going to Sudan to find a way of survival.
 
UN Mission in South Sudan says the dire humanitarian situation in the country is already creating new challenges on the ground during the rainy season, including the threat of the outbreak of cholera and other waterborne diseases.
 

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