New war in South Sudan ‘senseless, says Ballarat bishop

Caleb Cluff
Updated July 19 2016 - 7:36am, first published July 18 2016 - 4:30pm
PRAYING FOR PEACE: Anglican bishop Peter Kunen is asking the people of Ballarat to keep South Sudan in their thoughts as it faces a struggle for survival. Photo: Caleb Cluff.
PRAYING FOR PEACE: Anglican bishop Peter Kunen is asking the people of Ballarat to keep South Sudan in their thoughts as it faces a struggle for survival. Photo: Caleb Cluff.

Imagine being unable to drive from one side of Ballarat to the other without the real possibility of being raped or murdered. That’s the reality of living in the capital of the world’s newest country, South Sudan.

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Caleb Cluff

Caleb Cluff

Senior Journalist, The Courier

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