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South Sudan crisis told through images

Shannon Jensen followed thousands of refugees to take photos of their shoes, explaining complex issue in a simple way.

Last updated: 25 Feb 2014 02:03
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South Sudan's long history of violence has resulted in huge numbers of internally displaced people. But one photographer has found a new way of highlighting the crisis. Al Jazeera caught up with Shannon Jensen in New York where her work is on display.

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