UN to Probe Reported Killings in South Sudan
The United Nations has dispatched a team of personnel and government officials to investigate reports of a cattle raid that left more than 100 people dead and many others injured in the eastern part of the country.
People displaced by ongoing clashes in South Sudan's Jonglei state wait for a food in Pibor (file photo).
Sudan Tribune, 9 February 2013
At least 103 civilians and 14 South Sudan army (SPLA) soldiers are missing, feared dead, after an unknown group attacked a village on Friday in South Sudan's Jonglei state county... read more »
South Sudan News Agency, 11 February 2013
1. On 8th February 2013, Murle armed militia launched a surprise attacks on unarmed Lou Nuer cattle camps in Mantor and Jeer while moving their cattle to the Sobat river, killing... read more »