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South Sudan tribal clashes: hundreds killed and wounded in inter-communal violence

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In this edition, reports say that some 300 people were killed in South Sudan in inter-communal violence. We speak to Professor Awol Allo, who sheds light on what is behind the tribal clashes. Also, the WHO and UNAIDS have expressed concern about people living with HIV in Africa, and how the distribution of medication could be disrupted due to the coronavirus. We bring you a report from the ground. And Ethiopian domestic workers are stranded in Lebanon and unable to return home - many are no longer working and has their passports confiscated.

Added on the 21/05/2020 21:55:51 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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