On July 9, 2011 on the map of Africa appeared its new, 54th state - South Sudan. Numerous holiday actions were dedicated to this event, many wishes were expressed, and young government made the promising statements. The refugees, full of the happiest expectations, came back from Khartoum and the neighboring countries.
One year has already passed since those days...
But have the expectations of those, who did return here come true? Has the number of refugees and displaced persons decreased with the end of the war? Or has the young state South Sudan only increased the number of the poorest countries of the world?
Clashes between rival tribes over cattle in a South Sudan have left hundreds dead, a UN official has said. The recent armed conflicts in the province Jonglei between the Murle and the Lou Nuer in January of this year gave birth to the new wave of refugees in Juba.
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