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- Fractured Tunisian Parliament Moves Toward Agreement on PM
- Merkel Stresses That Europe Has An Interest In Preventing The Escalation Of The Conflict In Libya
- The German Chancellor And The Chinese President Discuss Implementing The Outputs Of The Berlin Conference On Libya
- Chad’s Foreign Minister: The Spread Of Arms And The Worsening Situation In The Sahel Have Been Caused By The Libyan Crisis
9 Feb 2015
If conflict does not stop in South Sudan, there will be a lost generation of children without education, access to health services and facing the threat of hunger.
The warning has come from the United Nations humanitarian chief who has been visiting the new African nation.
South Sudan has been embroiled in a conflict which broke out in December 2013 between government and opposition forces.
Derrick Mbatha reports.