How Genocide In South Sudan Could Be Prevented

One estimate says some 50,000 people have died in just the past two years.
How Genocide In South Sudan Could Be Prevented

South Sudan is on the brink of genocide, and the U.S. might be able to stop it.

One estimate says some 50,000 people have died in just the past two years. But the world has largely stopped watching.

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Civilians are suffering the most. Nearly 3 million people have been displaced. 

The U.S. is intertwined in the conflict there and is South Sudan's largest source of funds.

The U.S. helped South Sudan gain independence, but as political turmoil has increased in the country, the U.S. has threatened to stop offering aid.

Do you think the international community is doing enough in South Sudan? Let us know on social media. 

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