'Lost Boys of Sudan' NPR's Jackie Northam reports on members of a wandering band of young Sudanese refugees who are being resettled in the American Midwest. After losing their parents during the country's 40 years of civil war, thousands of orphans streaming into Kenya became known as the 'Lost Boys of Sudan.'
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'Lost Boys of Sudan'

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NPR's Jackie Northam reports on members of a wandering band of young Sudanese refugees who are being resettled in the American Midwest. After losing their parents during the country's 40 years of civil war, thousands of orphans streaming into Kenya became known as the 'Lost Boys of Sudan.'