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A US-based refugee group has condemned Sudan’s decision to force thousands of South Sudanese out of its White Nile state territory, as tension continues between the two neighboring nations.
The fate of nearly 12,000 southerners remains unknown after the White Nile state governor reportedly ordered that they must vacate the region by 5 May, yet the Sudanese government’s own actions are preventing returnees from completing their journey.
"This demand is completely unrealistic," Sarnata Reynold, the program manager for Refugee International told Sudan Tribune.
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