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In this photo released by the World Food Programme (WFP), a displaced woman and child receive food assistance from workers of WFP and non-governmental organizations such as Oxfam, right, at the U.N. compound where she has taken shelter in Juba, South Sudan Tuesday, Dec. 24th, 2013. South Sudan's military spokesman says there is increasing tension at a United Nations camp in the rebel-held city of Bor because armed elements have entered the congested area where the U.N. says about 17,000 civilians are seeking protection. (AP Photo/WFP, George Fominyen)
Photo by: George Fominyen
In this photo released by the World Food Programme (WFP), a displaced woman and child receive food assistance from workers of WFP and non-governmental organizations such as Oxfam, right, at the U.N. compound where she has taken shelter in Juba, South Sudan Tuesday, Dec. 24th, 2013. South Sudan's military spokesman says there is increasing tension at a United Nations camp in the rebel-held city of Bor because armed elements have entered the congested area where the U.N. says about 17,000 civilians are seeking protection. (AP Photo/WFP, George Fominyen)

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