February 13, 2013 (JUBA) – The government of South Sudan on Wednesday denied reports alleging aid agencies operating in the world’s youngest nation are being threatened by security forces in the country.
“There are reports in the press that the aid agencies that are working in South Sudan here are under regular threats from members of security services and that they will beat them up or arrest them or commandeer their equipments. I can assure you, this is not true,” said Benjamin Marial, South (...)
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