Hunger, Starvation Affecting Civilians In South Sudan Conflict Zones, Ceasefire Monitor Says

Agence France-Presse: Civilians ‘starving to death’ in S. Sudan war zones: monitor
“South Sudanese civilians are dying of starvation as warring forces flout a peace deal, the chief ceasefire monitor said Tuesday, adding he was ‘staggered’ at conditions after two years of war. … ‘I continue to urge you, the leaders of South Sudan, to do whatever you can to ensure the humanitarian effort is successful,’ said Festus Mogae, a former Botswana president, who is pushing efforts to form a unity government…” (2/2).

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