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Dockers began unloading tens of thousands of tons of food from a U.S. aid ship Thursday destined for war-torn areas of Sudan, an AFP correspondent reported."It will take 14 days to unload" the entire shipment, said the ship's captain Peter Matesic. It was his third trip to Sudan with a cargo of food aid.More than 50,000 South Sudanese have fled into Sudan since January to escape the violence and food shortages across the border.In late April, the WFP said it was facing a shortfall of $181 million for the next 12 months, which was hampering its work in Sudan, particularly with South Sudanese refugees.
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