A child carries her sibling as they walk within the makeshift shelter in Konyokonyo camp for the internally displaced people in Juba, South Sudan February 5, 2018. Picture taken February 5, 2018. REUTERS/Samir Bol
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South Sudan has suspended a United Nations radio station for allegedly refusing to comply with the country's media laws, although the station has not yet been taken off the air.The United Nations is in discussions with the government over the action and it intends to keep broadcasting, Francesca Mold, spokeswoman for the U.N. in South Sudan said.Under the Status of Forces Agreement, between the U.N. and South Sudan's government, the U.N. has the right to operate radio stations under its "exclusive control" and to convey information to the public relating to its mandate.x
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