January 9, 2013 (WAU) - Western Bahr el Ghazal is to ask South Sudan’s central government to financially compensate businesses whose properties were damaged by protests in December over administrative changes that were rejected by many ethnic groups, according to a draft report seen by Sudan Tribune.
Following protests that led to the deaths of an estimated 20 people last month the state government set up three committees to investigate various aspects of the incidents on 8, 9 and 18 (...)
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