South Sudan launches youth rugby league for peace

Civil war-torn South Sudan this year launched its first rugby league since it won independence from Sudan in 2011, finding in the rough-and-tumble sport a way to promote peace. More than 200 children between 5 and 13 have signed up for the South Sudan Rugby Club's weekly practices run by volunteers, many of whom learned to play as refugees in neighboring countries.

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