Snapshot: War Comes to South Sudan

Snapshot: War Comes to South Sudan

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Army soldiers celebrating on December 25 after retaking the town of Bor from rebels. By the end of the year, as many as 1,000 people had been killed in the new nation, which won its independence from Sudan in 2011.

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