South Sudan Violence

December 22, 2013 by  

South Sudan Violence, The federal government is advising Canadians in South Sudan to leave immediately amid violence that has killed hundreds of people.

Foreign affairs issued an advisory Saturday evening saying Canadians in the African country should leave and is advising Canadians not to travel there.

“You are urged to leave now by commercial means, as it may become increasingly difficult to do so if the situation deteriorates further,” an advisory on the Foreign Affairs website says.

“The Juba (South Sudan capital) airport is open, and tickets for commercial flights are available.”

Federal government sources say about 100 Canadians are registered with the government as being in the African country.

Rick Roth, a spokesman for Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird says Canada is deeply concerned about the violence.

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