South Sudan has been an independent state for five years, but since December 2013, with violence that first erupted over a dispute between President Salva Kiir and former Vice-President Riek Machar, 2.5 million people have now been uprooted by fighting between ethnic Dinka forces backing President Kiir, and Nuer fighters defending the rebel leader, Machar. The conflict has spread across the country, with the combination of violence, famine and disease developing into a humanitarian disaster. The report shows the plight of the civilian victims of the war.
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