African Union Blames Rival Factions For Ongoing South Sudan Crisis

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The famine in South Sudan has angered officials at the African Union. They say it is entirely man-made, and that both sides in South Sudan's conflict are to blame. The ongoing unrest has prevented farmers from harvesting their crops. And hyper-inflation has placed the price of imported goods far beyond the reach of most people. Humanitarian organisations struggle to reach many communities due to a lack of proper roads and infrastructure, as well as attacks and looting of aid convoys. Earlier we spoke to CGTN's Girum Chala about the AU's reaction.
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