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EN_01401459_2414
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A South Sudanese man carry his belongings as he walk in a flooded area that has been isolated for about a month and half due to the heavy rain in Pibor Town, Boma state, eastern South Sudan, on November 6, 2019. - The governor of Boma State explained 76 people have died and over 400000 people are displaced in the state. The Government of South Sudan declared a state of emergency in areas affected by the flood on October 27, 2019, and the United Nations and non-governmental organizations are responding to assessed needs, in support of the Government. (Photo by Peter LOUIS / AFP)
2019-11-06
PETER LOUIS/AFP/East News
AFP
PETER LOUIS
AFP_1M3411
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