Close to Half a Million People Killed in South Sudan War
Around half of the lives have been lost through violence, while most deaths occurred in the northeast and southern regions of the country, and appeared to peak in 2016 and 2017, according to a newly published study funded through the U.S. State Department.
South Sudan: War Deaths Estimated at 400 000
CAJ News, 28 September 2018
THE five-year civil war in South Sudan has killed about 400 000 civilians, which is higher than initially thought. Read more »
South Sudan: South Sudan Civil War Toll Estimated at 382,900
Nation, 26 September 2018
A newly published study funded through the US State Department estimates that at least 382,900 South Sudanese have died as a result of the country's five-year civil war. Read more »
South Sudan soldiers (file photo).
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