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FASHODA - 3 Jan 2018

15,000 internally displaced people return home in Fashoda: official

15,000 internally displaced persons who fled due to escalating conflict in 2013 have returned to their homes in South Sudan’s Fashoda state, a government official said.

Martin Ayang, head of the border and peaceful co-existence commission in Fashoda state, told Radio Tamazuj on Tuesday that his state has received more than 15,000 internally displaced persons  within a period of three months.

He called on aid agencies to assist the needy people in the area.