January 13, 2013 (WAU) - Elders and different youth groups from South Sudan’s Western Bahr el Ghazal State have finally accepted the relocation of Wau County’s administrative headquarters, the area’s commissioner, Elia Kamilo Dimo told Sudan Tribune on Sunday. The proposed transfer led to protests in December, the response to which led to the death of 20 people in Wau town, according to collated figures from government sources. Investigation committees are looking into the incidents in Wau as (...)
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