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One killed, two injured in South Sudan’s Jonglei state

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June 9, 2017(BOR) – A child was killed, two others injured while another was abducted in South Sudan’s Jonglei state, officials said.

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The map of Jonglei state in red

The incident, which occurred Thursday, violates terms of a ceasefire agreement signed in the capital, Juba last month.

The commissioner of Bor West county, Simon Thon Ayuen, said a number of goats were also confiscated during the same attack.

“Two people were injured and one killed in an attack in which suspected Murle ethnic tribesmen abducted a five-year old boy”, he said.

He said the attackers attacked a home at Char-akau in Bor West, injuring a four-year old girl as well as killing the deceased relative.

The incident a clear indication of the series of violation to the ceasefire agreement that was signed in Juba under the chairmanship of First Vice President, Taban Deng Gai.

(ST)

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  • 9 June 08:44, by Asunta

    South Sudan has already turned into a terror zone. Survival remains only for combats! This calls for every citizen to use available resources to a self-defense.Defend yourselves as individuals, families, groups or communities. Like you pend for your daily bread, not a government doing it. Nothing more than that!

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    • 9 June 09:55, by Midit Mitot

      To sign peace deal with Murle/Boma state guys, is like some one who had signed peace with Hyena, those forks don,t keep promise.

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    • 9 June 10:38, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

      Asunta,

      The whole thing rolls back to the presidency. He has failed to rule and lead the people of South Sudan. Genuinely he should resign and live South Sudan live a peaceful life.

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  • 9 June 08:51, by Garang Akeen Tong

    Bor youths should respons it immdiately.

    We are tired of murlei.

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    • 9 June 09:29, by Eastern

      Then you revert to the status before the shadowy "agreement". Vicious cycle...

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  • 9 June 11:47, by Black Nation

    Murlei are like that they are addicted to that act of killing and raiding of cattle and it become their habit so it can’t be control by making peace and this may be a punishment from above to (BOR & LOU) through Murle

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  • 10 June 09:46, by Joseph Canada

    I called them the African Israelites.You cant do anything. One Murle warrior Can shake the whole State.

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  • 10 June 16:14, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    My mouth is tongues tied when it’s comes to leadership games blame beco3 I personally knew what it is to be a leader of Sudanese, they like,turn it forwards, turn it back, turn it side ways n after all of sudden blame u for no good reason!I do not know who will be the best leader within South Sudanese context? Killer or murderer or commander Abuna?who is who?Oooh maaa!!God

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