|Dadinga Villages - Ray Davis Photo|
"In places where the fighting is fiercest, no one is even attempting to count the dead.
Nearly half the population of the world's newest nation, South Sudan, is in danger of going hungry. New atrocities are reported almost every day.
And more than 1.5 million people have fled their homes, the vast majority to swampland villages where they hope rising waters during the rainy season will keep them safe from marauding soldiers."
Insightful article from New York Times. Read more.