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Communities in South Sudan hard hit by heavy flooding

By DW
25 September 2020   |   4:09 pm
From Hollywood hero to suspected terrorist, high-profile Rwandan government critic Paul Rusesabagina is denied bail by a Kigali court. Catastrophic floods affect hundreds of people in South Sudan; we speak to Matthew Hollingworth, Director of the World Food Programme in the country. And in Uganda, forests are flourishing thanks to help from an unexpected source.

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