Cambodian peacekeepers treat South Sudan wounded

14 July 2016

As a ceasefire in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, appears to be holding, doctors at a United Nations hospital there continue to treat people wounded during six days of clashes between rival forces.

More than 270 people died as a result of the fighting, including two UN peacekeepers from China.

Dianne Penn reports on a hospital ran by Cambodian peacekeepers at the UN Mission in the country, UNMISS, which has been helping the injured get back on their feet.

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