Landmines threaten civilians in South Sudan

Landmines and unexploded bombs are still being discovered in residential and farming areas in South Sudan.

    Landmines and unexploded bombs are still being discovered in residential and farming areas in South Sudan.

    The ordnance is mostly from South Sudan’s war with Sudan that ended in 2005.

    Al Jazeera’s Hiba Morgan reports from the capital Juba.


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