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to some this will be the only place they've ever known after five years living in a U. N. camp for the displaced have eighty civilians all returning home in south Sudan they sold century hasten the civil war the security is slowly improving and parts of the country add to that any peace agreement was signed in September between warring lead as many families now want to go back to their communities in the hope they can rebuild , five helicopters headed out ferrying the passages mostly women and children too young I in the country's Junglee province reuniting with friends and family they haven't seen for years , now %HESITATION you and then %HESITATION the wood I thank the U. N. for the six years that they've been hosting us in the protection of civilians site from two thousand and thirteen to two thousand and nineteen it's good that they've been protecting victims until we were able to survive on our own , I get a political crisis plunge south Sudan into conflict in twenty thirteen the peace accord signed last Jay has reduced pricing these returnees represent a few of the millions of refugees and displaced families who are beginning that Jenny home as P. spread across the country