South Sudanese flee war to neighbouring countries

A meeting is held in Ethiopia to revive South Sudan peace, but people keep fleeing the violence.

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    Delegates from eight East African countries are meeting in Ethiopia to help revive South Sudan's peace agreement.

    But the steady exodus of people crossing into Kenya to escape the war continues.

    They're among seven million South Sudanese in need of humanitarian assistance.

     

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan spoke to some of those heading to Kukuma refugee camp hoping for a better life.


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