UN worried South Sudan election could trigger more violence

The UN is worried that an election planned for next year in South Sudan could lead to more violence in the region. It is calling for a dormant peace process to be revitalised before the vote is held.

    The UN is worried that an election planned for next year in South Sudan could lead to more violence in the region.

    It is calling for a dormant peace process to be revitalised before the vote is held.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Akobo in South Sudan's northeast.


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