A year after achieving its independence, South Sudan is wracked by instability and concerns over the frailties of its fledgling government. A refugee crisis, sparked by neighboring Sudan’s brutal crackdown on rebel militias north of the border, has led to tens of thousands fleeing to shoddy, makeshift camps in an impoverished, war-torn land.
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