November 18, 2012 (JUBA) - Unknown people on Friday shot dead a senior community police officer in South Sudan’s Warrap state, wounded five others and raided 400 heads of cattle, an official told Sudan Tribune. Tonj South County Commissioner, Mario Monydhieth Gor, said state authorities are pursuing the armed groups, following the surprise incident, which occurred on Friday evening in Manyangok Payam (district). “Cattle raiders attacked Peth cattle camp in Manyangok Payam [district], (...)
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