People unload the few belongings on January 9, 2014 at Minkammen, South Sudan that they were able to bring with them to the camps. AFP PHOTO/Nichole SOBECKI
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South Sudan's young democracy risks "shattering" amid fierce fighting that left over 1,000 dead, a U.S. official warned Thursday, adding Washington had no evidence of an attempted coup.It has escalated into war between government troops and a loose alliance of ethnic militia forces and army units who have defected to the rebel side, as another U.S. official told U.S. senators there was now fighting in seven of the country's 10 states.The fighting was also creating new humanitarian needs in a country that is already one of the world's poorest.
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