South Sudan's Unrest Turns Politicians To Rebels, Tents To Homes

A kiosk in the Juba camp sells girls' dresses. "People buy it for a holiday," says the owner. Weddings are held in the camp as people are too scared to leave for fear they'll be targeted for their ethnicity.
A kiosk in the Juba camp sells girls' dresses. "People buy it for a holiday," says the owner. Weddings are held in the camp as people are too scared to leave for fear they'll be targeted for their ethnicity.