Daniel Howden

Economist magazine

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East Africa correspondent for the Economist, currently in Nairobi, Kenya

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Two years after breaking away from Northern Sudan, South Sudan is awash in weapons. Now, after an alleged coup attempt Sunday, between 400 and 500 are reported killed and 800 wounded.

Fighting in South Sudan Leave Hundreds Dead

Two years after breaking away from Northern Sudan, South Sudan is awash in weapons. Now, after an alleged coup attempt Sunday, between 400 and 500 are reported killed and 800 wounded.

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