Violence instills fear among S Sudan refugees

Many refugees at UN camp still do not feel safe to return to their homes, leaving children vulnerable.

Last updated: 15 Mar 2014 18:17
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It has been over a month since government troops and rebels fought over the South Sudanese town of Bentiu.

But thousands of people are still sheltering at a UN base, scared by rumours that the rebels plan to attack the town at any moment.

Al Jazeera's Anna Cavell reports from Bentiu, where children are the most vulnerable.


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