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Jewish World Watch (JWW) works to end genocide and mass atrocities worldwide by educating and mobilizing individuals, advocating for policy changes, and funding projects to support and build resilience in conflict-affected communities.

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UNMISS - Eric Kanalstein - civilians seek shelter at POC sites in Juba

Renewed Violence in South Sudan: New Leadership Necessary for Peace

Last weekend, heavy fighting broke out between government and opposition soldiers in Juba, South Sudan, killing approximately 300 and displacing thousands. It has been nearly a year since a peace agreement was signed in August 2015 to end the “meaningless war,” as President Salva Kiir has characterized it, but little progress has been made to implement the agreement. What is most worrisome about this latest episode of violence is it appears that no one knows why there is fighting and who is in control.... Read more >>>

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