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7:38pm UK, Monday April 30, 2012
Thousands of troops are building up on the new border between Sudan and South Sudan in preparation for all-out war – and aid agencies are scrambling to provide for the tens of thousands of starving people who are fleeing the unrest.
The events on the border have already been declared a Level Three emergency – the highest on the Rohn scale of emergencies within the World Food Programme – akin to the disasters seen in Pakistan during the floods and the Haiti earthquake.
We saw two-year-old Alshadooz Suleiman, who had just arrived at the Yida camp, barely able to cry through weakness. She is suffering from severe malnutrition, too exhausted to even eat.
Displaced villagers walk to a camp near the disputed border
Category: South Sudan News