GATESVILLE — Coryell County District Attorney Dusty Boyd was part of the six-year U.N. peace process that preceded the creation of South Sudan in 2011. He is following news of a military coup and civil upheaval with concern.
“If the country plunges back into civil war, all the work done since 2005 is going to be flushed,” he said. “With the time and effort I have invested there, I want to see it work. I hope it does not come down to all out military action.”
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