Talk to Al Jazeera – Women of South Sudan: Broken bodies, shattered dreams

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South Sudan’s peace agreement signed in August was meant to end a 21-month-old civil war that has left thousands dead and many more displaced in the wake of the country’s historic declaration of independence in 2011.

Hundreds of thousands of people fled their homes after experiencing horrible crimes. Last month, a previously secret report by the African Union was finally made public. It contains shocking details of human rights abuses in South Sudan, committed not only by government troops but by opposition militia as well.
It paints a grim picture of what is happening in the country.
Talk to Al Jazeera In The Field goes deep inside the country to find out the truth about a failed state, a country letting its people slip into despair. We meet South Sudanese women and listen to their stories of broken dreams and a stolen future.

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24 COMMENTS

  1. when I was young I thought that leaders of S Sudan were fighting for sudanism and human liberties but after independent republic of south Sudan I found out that they had been fighting on behalf of authority.

  2. I feel social responsibility in South Sudan there is luck of education among communities, because they did worse thing among their families including innocent people from northern Sudan when Riak Mashar forces attacked Bantio they killed one of my aunts really really those guys were very stupid they can't rule country like south Sudan.

  3. I feel social responsibility in South Sudan there is luck of education among communities, because they did worse thing among their families including innocent people from northern Sudan when Riak Mashar forces attacked Bantio they killed one of my aunts really really those guys were very stupid they can't rule country like south Sudan.

  4. I am not Nuer neither Dinka but ever since I was little, I hated Dinkan people to the core. I know from the beginning that this Dinkan are not humans but a useless, evil creators. Peace to the Juba people ( warrior from Eastern Equatoria)

  5. the translation made light of some very heavy words,

    +the government is playing with us+, was one of them, when the government abandoned us fitted the idea, but it wasn't exactly giving out the same image .

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