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Going back to South Sudan

By Patricia Okoed Bukumunhe

Thousands of people in South Sudan have been returning to their homes from the North following the country’s Independence in July. Among them are the South Sudanese from the diaspora who fled during the country’s 20 year civil war which ended in 2005. Our South Sudan correspondent caught up with one such national in the US and spoke to him about his plans to go back home...

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