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A year ago, South Sudan became the world’s newest nation, splitting from Sudan as part of a peace deal that ended decades of civil war. But the widespread availability of guns has made it difficult to deter violence in the region. “When wars end, peace does not necessarily arrive,” photographer Trevor Snapp says.
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