S Sudanese deportees face uncertain future
After expulsion from Israel, migrants are forced to return to the land they left decades ago.
Last Modified: 26 Jun 2012 23:20

Israel is continuing to expel undocumented African migrants from the country.

A group of South Sudanese has now arrived in Juba, the country's capital, as part of the second wave of expulsions since Israel first launched its crackdown.

Many of the returning families face an uncertain future, returning to a homeland that many have not lived in for decades.

Al Jazeera's Anna Cavell reports from Juba, South Sudan.


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