A mother and daughter from South Kordofan, Sudan, at a feeding center for the acutely malnourished in the Yida refugee camp in Unity State, South Sudan on Saturday May 12, 2012. Heavy fighting between Sudanese government forces and rebels in South Kordofan disrupted the usual agricultural cycle and created extreme food shortages. The girl's hands have been immobilized to prevent her from removing her feeding tube. More than 30,000 refugees currently reside in Yida which sits just 20 miles south of the border between Sudan and South Sudan. In recent weeks, aid agencies have reported a steep influx of new arrivals, at times exceeding 700 per day. Most arrive in need of food, medical treatment and other basic services. (AP Photo/Pete Muller)

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A mother and daughter from South Kordofan, Sudan, at a feeding center for the acutely malnourished in the Yida refugee camp in Unity State, South Sudan on Saturday May 12, 2012. Heavy fighting between Sudanese government forces and rebels in South Kordofan disrupted the usual agricultural cycle and created extreme food shortages. The girl's hands have been immobilized to prevent her from removing her feeding tube. More than 30,000 refugees currently reside in Yida which sits just 20 miles south of the border between Sudan and South Sudan. In recent weeks, aid agencies have reported a steep influx of new arrivals, at times exceeding 700 per day. Most arrive in need of food, medical treatment and other basic services. (AP Photo/Pete Muller)
A mother and daughter from South Kordofan, Sudan, at a feeding center for the acutely malnourished in the Yida refugee camp in Unity State, South Sudan on Saturday May 12, 2012. Heavy fighting between Sudanese government forces and rebels in South Kordofan disrupted the usual agricultural cycle and created extreme food shortages. The girl's hands have been immobilized to prevent her from removing her feeding tube. More than 30,000 refugees currently reside in Yida which sits just 20 miles south of the border between Sudan and South Sudan. In recent weeks, aid agencies have reported a steep influx of new arrivals, at times exceeding 700 per day. Most arrive in need of food, medical treatment and other basic services. (AP Photo/Pete Muller)
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