South Sudan: 'Attacks on civilians' reported as crisis grows

South Sudan's refugee crisis is the fastest-growing in the world and humanitarian organisations are warning it is worsening because more people are fleeing conflict.

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    South Sudan's refugee crisis is the fastest-growing in the world and humanitarian organisations are warning it is worsening because more people are fleeing conflict.

    It has spread to the Equatoria region where attacks against civilians by government forces have been reported.

    The Sudan People's Liberation Army is blaming a few undisciplined soldiers for the attacks.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Juba.


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