A hand out image made available by World Vision on June 13, 2015, and taken on June 10, 2015, shows destroyed homes in the town of Melut, in the Upper Nile state of South Sudan, recently destroyed during fighting. AFP PHOTO/WORLD VISION/A.HAMER
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A quarter of a million children face starvation in war-torn South Sudan, with an end to the 18-month conflict as distant as ever, the expelled U.N. aid chief warned Tuesday.It has been characterized by ethnic massacres, rape and the use of child soldiers.Two-thirds of the country's 12 million people need aid, with 4.5 million people facing severe food insecurity, according to the U.N ..The African Union Tuesday released a statement condemning the warring leaders and calling on the U.N. Security Council to slap sanctions on them.
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