January 9, 2017 (LEER) – Humanitarian operation in Southern Liech, one of South Sudan’s new states is on the decline, with aid workers accusing the country’s two main rival forces of blocking their work.
James Andrew, an area aid worker, told Sudan Tribune Monday that security in Leer town and its surrounding villages is on the decline.
“It has not been easy for us to reach the victims in several places. Both pro-government forces and armed rebels harass us as we take assistance to the (...)
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