January 7, 2013 (BOR) - Close to 80,000 heads of cattle have been raided from Pajut cattle camp in an attack on Twice East County in which two people were killed, South Sudan officials reported on Monday.
On Sunday evening, between 5 and 6pm local time, a group of armed militias surrounded the camp, not far from the border between Bor-Twice East counties.
Scores have been killed and others injured in series of attacks and raids across Jonglei since the turn of the year.
The spokesperson (...)
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