January 16, 2013 (RUMBEK) - Inter-clan clashes involving sections of the Dinka ethnic group reignited in Lakes state on Wednesday at a cattle camp between Marial-bek and Ghun, according to local officials.
The cause of fighting was a dispute over the ownership of an area of grassland, known as Toch in the Dinka language, between the Amothnhom and Panyon clans.
The clashes have left 10 people dead, with 13 people sustaining gunshot wounds.
Lakes state’s minister of local government and law (...)
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