Sudan Refugees: Tension Rising with South Sudanese

In South Sudan, life is becoming increasingly tough for refugees from the north. The refugees, who fled their homes in the north of Sudan to escape the civil war, are having to share limited resources with South Sudanese.

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    In South Sudan, life is becoming increasingly tough for refugees from the north.

    The refugees, who fled their homes in the north of Sudan to escape the civil war, are having to share limited resources with South Sudanese, who also have war and potential famine to contend with.

    Some refugees have been killed in the friction.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Maban county in South Sudan.


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