Aerial view of Pieri village, Lou Nuer territory in Jonglei State.
The De Havana Nightclub in Juba was established by “Cuban Jubans” (South Sudanese refugees who have returned home after being sent to live in Cuba during the 1980’s to escape war and receive a proper education). It was built in tribute to Cuban culture and as a place for locals to congregate, dance (to salsa music) and chat (in spanish) making it a strange but very interesting cross-cultural space. You can read more about “Cuban Jubans” from the original article: Cuban Jubans Bring Latino Spirit to South Sudan which is two years old but it came as a surprise to me since I was completely unaware of this!
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Palestinians inspect the damage of their destroyed houses following Israeli strikes in the village of Khuzaa, southern Gaza Strip on August 1, 2014. (Khalil Hamra/AP)