South Sudan violence

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The US Department of State is warning against travel to the Republic of South Sudan because of ongoing fighting, intercommunal violence and violent crime. 

Since clashes between government and opposition forces broke out in the capital city, Juba, in July 2016, instability and acts of violence have continued. In that time, aid workers and US citizens have been the targets of shootings, ambushes, violent assaults, harassment and robberies.

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The US Department of State is warning against travel to the Republic of South Sudan because of ongoing fighting, intercommunal violence and violent crime. 

Since clashes between government and opposition forces broke out in the capital city, Juba, in July 2016, instability and acts of violence have continued. In that time, aid workers and US citizens have been the targets of shootings, ambushes, violent assaults, harassment and robberies.