UN worker: 'We are not abandoning people in S Sudan'
UN worker Clare Santry spoke to the BBC after returning from Juba in South Sudan. The UN says it is relocating all non-critical staff from the country amid escalating violence.
The country has been in turmoil since President Salva Kiir accused Mr Machar a week ago of attempting a coup.
Clare Santry, who is the communications officer for the UN mission in South Sudan, said there are "a lot of scared people there" and "we are not abandoning them".
22 Dec 2013
- From the section Africa