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South Sudan State Bans Night Clubs and Bars, and Demands Marriage Certificates in Hotels

Jubek State in South Sudan has banned night clubs and daytime alcohol sales in bars. It has also ordered couples to produce marriage certificates before booking rooms in hotels. It is unclear if the moves are simply about morals or political control.

South Sudan State Bans Night Clubs and Bars, and Demands Marriage Certificates in Hotels
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