'Sick and hungry': Human cost of South Sudan's civil war

With violence and the rainy season slowing aid operations, there are now concerns that preventable diseases caused by lack of food will instead become fatal.

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    South Sudan's civil war has left many suffering from preventable diseases as a result of severe medicine and food shortages.

    More than half of the country's population is now dependent on aid.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Mayom County in South Sudan.


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