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2.3 South Sudanese displaced into neighboring nations: UN

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July 9, 2019 – (JUBA) – More than 2.3 million South Sudanese are currently living as refugees in the neighboring countries, while 1.9 million are internally displaced, the United Nations said.

Displaced South Sudanese wait in line for food at the Dzaipi transit centre in Uganda (Photo: F. Noy/UNHCR)

"Today marks the 8th anniversary of South Sudan’s independence, but our colleagues at the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) say that, since then, the country has tragically seen more war than peace and appeals to its leaders to speed up efforts to end what has become Africa’s largest displacement crisis," Fahan Haq, the deputy spokesman for the UN Secretary-General said Tuesday.

"UNHCR believes it is essential that representatives from the refugee and internally displaced communities are active and meaningful participants in the peace process. These communities’ faith in the reconciliation processes is vital to their success," he added.

According to Haq, the South Sudan Regional Refugee Response Plan calls for $1.4 billion, of which only 21% has been received.

As South Sudan marked eight years of independence on Tuesday, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) appealed to its leaders to speed efforts to end Africa’s largest displacement crisis.

South Sudan gained independence from Sudan in 2011, but experienced its worst ethnic violence from December 2013, where tens of thousands of people have been killed and millions displaced.

(ST)

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  • 10 July 2019 11:25, by Midit Mitot

    Geneva convention in 1949 under principles branches of treaties and states need to be revise, at least International humanitarian Law of HAGUE should be introduce much to the countries then respected the two additional s protocol of 1977.

    • 10 July 2019 23:34, by Anthony
      • 11 July 2019 07:26, by Midit Mitot

        Anthony,

        Whats app brother Marialnyang fund!

        • 13 July 2019 07:38, by Anthony

          Midid(nuer villager)

          Dont ever call me brother you charcoal faced animal.

          Im a human. An ape that puts their mouth into a cows anus cant be my brother. Its impossible. That ugly black woman in the video was your mother. 😂

          The world is laughing at you savages.

      • 11 July 2019 11:39, by jubaone

        Anthony jienguyu bastard aka South South,
        Now I understand why jienges have stinking mouths and bad teeth. I also understand why most of you are "horny" and like to rape defenceless women. Once you see a cow’s cunt, you immediately think of women. My God, such animal instincts, bastard.

        • 11 July 2019 15:08, by Eastern

          jubaone,

          You have summarised this jenge thing called Anthony.....

          • 13 July 2019 07:54, by Anthony

            Eastern cunt.(aka jubadog)
            You are either jubaones mother or slave.

            Hey refugee in canada. You better not be doing the things your savage tribesmen are doing (cow blowing) in Canada. If you do you should be deported you black ugly ape.

            Anyways enjoy cleaning toiets as a refugee in canada charcoal face!(maybe I’ll invite you to clean mine in toronto).🖕

        • 13 July 2019 07:36, by Anthony

          Jubadog🐕🐂
          Charcoal face. Im showing the world the disgusting things that your people have been roing for hundrrds of years. No one in the world puts their mouths ito a cows anus eexcept for you folks. People laugh at you and i dont blame them. Ugly black backwards savages. My teeth are perfect charcoal face. Go and fuck a cow with your face. Its a bari tradition. Enjoy ape!🖕

        • 13 July 2019 07:41, by Anthony

          Everytime a bari sees a cow. It falls in loves and commits beastiality by putting its mouth into a cows anus.

          Why do you Karo people do such a disgusting act? This proves your not even humans.

          Cow fucker!🐄

          https://youtu.be/_AcZ05eYKDM

          And yet you call yourself civilized? A monkey in a suit is still a monkey!🐵🐒

        • 13 July 2019 07:45, by Anthony

          Jubadog🐕🐶

          Charcoal faced cow rapist.

          Your insanity is amusing. You keep thinking I’m this "south south"guy. This person seemed to have traumatised your bitch ass and caused you to have mental problems.

          why do you want me to be south south? so much? Get away from me freak.

          Why do you miss him so much? Your most likely a gay faggot like most of your men in cattle camps. Disgusting fag!

  • 13 July 2019 08:00, by Anthony

    One of the most ugliest tribes in the africa and the world.

    Never had clothes until europeans gave it to theur black charcoal asses.

    Naked bari cowfucker. Looks like a monkey🐵🐒
    https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Richard_Buchta_-_Bari_musicians.jpg

    The bari would often get enslaved by the Belgians as porters and attacked and enslaved by the azande people and eaten to be eaten by them



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