South Sudan, the world's youngest country established less than six years ago, is one of the planet's least-developed countries. Violence has displaced more than two million people since 2013, leading to famine. CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley, who traveled to the east African country with "60 Minutes," joins "CBS This Morning" to share what he witnessed.



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