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Tens of thousands of refugees are flocking to United Nations compounds like this one in Juba, while fears fester that fighting in the capital will resume. Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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South Sudanese seek refuge at the United Nations compound in the capital, Juba, on Sunday. Though Juba is mostly peaceful now, growing numbers are seeking shelter at the compound in fear the ethnic killings will resume. Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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South Sudanese troops have retaken the flashpoint town of Bor, north of the capital Juba. James Akena/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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South Sudan's Political Rift Leads To Violent Deaths

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Fighting, Fears Escalate In South Sudan

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David Bahati, a member of Uganda's Parliament, is interviewed in 2011. Bahati was the driving force behind a controversial anti-gay bill that was approved Friday. Ronald Kabuubi/AP hide caption

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Uganda Passes Anti-Gay Bill That Includes Life In Prison

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Conflict In South Sudan Grows Worse

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When Benta Odeny was diagnosed with HIV, she started to protect her husband Daniel from the virus by taking antiretroviral medications. The same drugs also helped her give birth to an HIV-negative daughter, Angelia. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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Mandela's Home Town Prepares For Thousands Of Visitors

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A mother and her son stand in their garden behind a fence at the perimeter of Nelson Mandela's property in Qunu, South Africa, as funeral preparations continue Friday. Mandela will be buried Sunday in the small, rural village that was his boyhood home. Yannis Behrakis/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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