World Bulletin / News Desk
Israel deported 190 South Sudanese migrants on Tuesday, raising the number of deportees from the Jewish state to the Africa’s newest nation to 317 since mid-June.
The migrants landed at Juba international airport, where they were received by relatives and South Sudan government officials, reported on Africareview.
This is the second batch of returnees from Israel. The first batch of 127 arrived at South Sudan’s capital, Juba, a week ago.
More South Sudanese are expected to be deported later by Israel.
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