The following story will move Saturday as this week’s Sunday Spotlight, a feature showcasing the best off-the-news enterprise in the AP report:
SOUTH SUDAN-THE DISAPPEARED _ Tracing his fingers over the metal fencing at a United Nations protected site in South Sudan’s capital, Nhial Nyuot Nhial hung his head as he contemplated going home after years of civil war. More than 190,000 people are still sheltering in the squalid U.N. camps, the legacy of an unprecedented decision by a peacekeeping mission to throw open its doors to people fleeing conflict. Now the U.N. is pushing for the camps to close, amid warnings that rushing the process could reignite violence. By Sam Mednick. 750 words, photos.