Charles Lomodong

Charles Lomodong

Juba, South Sudan

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Charles Lomodong

Charles Lomodong is a journalist based in Juba, South Sudan.


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U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Stephen O'Brien calls for an end to the fighting in South Sudan during a visit to a United Nations Protection of Civilians camp in Juba. O'Brien was in South Sudan from July 22-25, 2015.


South Sudan organizes a basketball tournament in honor of the late Manute Bol, a 7 foot 7 inches tall basketball player from South Sudan, who played for the golden state warriors in the NBA


A group of artists in South Sudan are spreading messages of peace through street murals, music and drama. The group is called "Ana Taban" which means "I am tired" in Arabic, in protest against the continued violence, corruption and oppression in the country.


Months of bloodshed and political instability have made a grim impact on South Sudan's emerging art scene. Now, more South Sudanese are finding creative inspiration even through the darkest times.


UNHCR receives South Sudanese refugees fleeing the war torn country of South Sudan and receives them in Northern Uganda in the town Elegu.

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