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"The effects of these chemicals on the human body are gruesome and frequently fatal."
Sudan's government has now shut down internet access, as riots rage on in the country's capital. This might not be the country's "Arab Spring", but here's why protesters have had enough.
If the human rights advocates want to maintain a foothold in South Sudanese development, they must address a broader range of internal and foreign affairs.