South Sudan's Women, Children Caught In Eye of Conflict Storm

Africa's newest and 54th state, South Sudan, has seen an increase in political turmoil, famine, fighting over oil, violence and allegations of rape and killing of women and children by soldiers.

Internally displaced person camp in Juba (file photo)

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