Lack of food to South Sudanese refugees in DR Congo's meri refugee camp forced the refugees to risky returning home. Refugees have stayed for months without aid and many have come to Uganda while others returned to South Sudan.  
Occurred in Meri Refugee camp, Congo (Democratic Republic of the) on November 30, 2018, at 10:00 AM
Reported by Anonymous via Internet on January 27, 2019, at 9:50 PM in Imvepi, Arua, Rhino camp, Koboko, Bidibidi, South, Uganda

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Some refugees from Congo have already registered and settled in Uganda camps. They said in addition to lack of food, education for the children was not encouraged in the camp. Local news networks reported the return of over 7000 returnees from Congo back to South Sudan https://radiotamazuj.org/en/news/article/over-7-000-south-sudan-refugees-return-to-lasu-from-congo-governor
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Imvepi, Arua, Rhino camp, Koboko, Bidibidi, South, Uganda Anonymous Internet 27-Jan-2019 @ 9:50 PM
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January 27, 2019 | 5:26 PM | Anonymous
In South Sudan, local authorities confirmed via some news articles that the returnees from Congo are being settled in Lasu, the place where the then Congolese refugees who ran Joseph Konyi's attacks were settled. This is the articlehttps://radiotamazuj.org/en/news/article/over-7-000-south-sudan-refugees-return-to-lasu-from-congo-governor