South Sudan at 3: A Tenuous Shelter Behind Razor Wire

Today marks ’s third year of independence. But in the past seven months, the sense of unity that brought its people together in 2011 has been lost, pushing 1.5 million from their homes and forcing many to live in appalling conditions.

“With my family we ran to the Malakal Teaching Hospital… but they started killing people in the hospital. They asked for money, they asked for cell phones. If you didn’t have them, you were shot dead … I saw somebody killed on the way, and I saw one lady raped at the hospital … That night,...

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