144 S. Sudanese take off on way back to Juba

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June 26, 2012 03:42

 
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A plane carrying 144 South Sudanese, including 53 minors, took off from Israel late Monday night on a one-way flight to Juba. The Population, Immigration and Borders Authority said that would bring to 271 the number of South Sudanese repatriated since the first flight left last Sunday night.

Each adult received 1,000 euros and each child 500 euros.

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