South Sudan's internally displaced create own system of justice
Squatted on a thin black mattress, Nyawech Both Nien rubs over her scarred arm, still bruised after a mass brawl over water, the most basic need inside this camp for internally displaced people . "I'd put three jerry cans to keep my place in the line, but the water came very late that night," said the 28-year-old, one of the 40,000 residents at the Protection of Civilians Camp on the edge of South Sudan's riverside capital, Juba.
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