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South Sudanese refugees look on at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017, during a visit by US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees look on at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017, during a visit by US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees fill water jugs at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees fill water jugs at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees fill water jugs at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees fill water jugs at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees attend a gething at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017, during a visit by US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees attend a gething at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017, during a visit by US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees attend a gething at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017, during a visit by US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees look on at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017, during a visit by US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees look on at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017, during a visit by US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees sit next to a mill at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees fill water jugs at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees look on at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017, during a visit by US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees look on at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017, during a visit by US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees look on at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017, during a visit by US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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A South Sudanese refugee carries a water jug at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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A South Sudanese refugee rests in the shade of a hut at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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A South Sudanese refugee carries a water jug at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees fill water jugs at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees carry water jugs at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees sit next to a hut at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis (C) presents books to South Sudanese refugees at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees sit next to a hut at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees carry water jugs at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees fill water jugs at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees rest in the shade of a tree at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees rest in the shade of a tree at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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South Sudanese refugees attend a gething at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017, during a visit by US Charge d'affaires Steven Koutsis. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY
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A South Sudanese refugee carries a water jug at Al-Nimir refugee camp in Sudan's east Dafur on June 20, 2017. About 400,000 South Sudanese have arrived into Sudan since the war erupted in the world's youngest country, according to UNHCR. About 50 percent of them live across 10 camps in Sudan, while the rest are scattered in cities and towns. / AFP PHOTO / ASHRAF SHAZLY