Violence in South Sudan

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A report from the United Nations earlier this week says that despite a cease-fire agreement, ethnic violence has claimed thousands of lives in South Sudan. CCTV has the chance to speak with Sue Lautze from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to dicusses some reasons behind the violence.

A recent report by the United Nations says that despite a cease-fire agreement, ethnic violence has claimed thousands of lives in South Sudan. CCTV had the chance to speak with Sue Lautze from the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization. In the first part of the interview that aired yesterday, Susan shined some light on the reasons behind the violence. Now, she tells us about a UN appeal for 77-million dollars to help those affected by the clashes.