South Sudan

The South Sudan flag has three horizontal stripes of black, red, and green that are separated by white fimbriations. A blue triangle that contains a yellow star with five points stretches out from the flag's hoist. Each color was carefully chosen to give the South Sudan flag meaning. The blue section represents the waters of the Nile, while the yellow stands for the unity of the nation's states. The black stripe represents the African people, the red stripe represents the blood that was shed during South Sudan's independence movement, the green stands for the nation's natural wealth and wonders, and the white fimbriations represent the peace that has come in the aftermath of the nation's struggle for independence.
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