South Sudan violence, hunger forcing families to flee

It has been six years since South Sudan gained its independence from Sudan. But the violence that's followed has left South Sudan refugees heading north to the country they fought so hard to leave.

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    It has been six years since South Sudan gained its independence from Sudan.

    But the violence that's followed has left South Sudan refugees heading north to the country they fought so hard to leave.

    More than 150 families arrive each day as conflict continues and food insecurity threatens millions.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from the Alagaya camp in White Nile state, Sudan.


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