January 28, 2013 (BOR/JUBA) - South Sudan’s army said it had restored order in Pibor town on Monday after conflict broke out between the military and members of an armed group that has recently defected from a rebellion in Jonglei state.
At least one soldier from the South Sudanese army (SPLA) and two civilians are reported to have been killed when SPLA forces and armed men, commanded by former rebel James Kuburin, clashed in the town.
Kuburin and his forces surrendered themselves to the (...)
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