August 17, 2022
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Looting and attacks on aid workers rise as hunger adds to unrest in South Sudan

UN says 70% of the population will struggle through the coming season as humanitarian workers are killed and supplies raided

Looting of emergency food supplies and attacks on aid workers are rising in South Sudan, where hunger is causing unrest.

A security vacuum is fuelling the violence as communities take up arms to fend for themselves amid unprecedented food shortages, aid agencies have warned.

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