S. Sudan: Conditions 'An Affront to Human Dignity' (6)

ABC news.com 2014.08.08 14:23
The aid group Doctors Without Borders says that residents in South Sudan living in a U.N. camp because of the fear of violence are enduring conditions that "are an affront to human dignity." The aid group said Friday that residents are knee-deep in sewage- contaminated floodwater and that some residents sleep standing up to hold children out of the water.
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