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In South Sudanese conflict, priests save lives of ethnic opponents

Catholic World News - January 09, 2014

The South Sudanese conflict, which has claimed over 1,000 lives and displaced 200,000 people since December 14, has pitted members of two ethnic groups – the Dinka and the Nuer – against each other.

The Fides news agency highlighted the efforts of Dinka priests and Protestant leaders who are working to save the lives of Nuers, and vice versa.

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