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No Christmas for South Sudanese as the World Watches the Collapse of Another African State

Posted by Jeneba Project on Tuesday, December 24, 2013, In : Articles 

John Garang fought for many years for South Sudanese to have their own republic, but he died just before that dream came through two years ago, and the taste of independence has only just acquired savor before Africa’s newest republic joined the company of comrades in the power struggles that continue to keep Africa on the low ends of all major sociopolitical indices. As Christmas Eve celebrations ensure around the world, there are talks of mass murders and displacement in So...

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