February 8, 2013 (JUBA) – South Sudan army (SPLA) forces on Thursday repulsed a militia attack, in which seven rebels were killed in the Obudi area of its Upper Nile state, a military source said.
“The army was able to repulse an attack carried out by the militias in our territory. The SPLA will continue to protect the people of South Sudan from such aggression”, SPLA spokesperson Phillip Aguer told a media briefing in Juba, on Friday.
He accused the Sudanese government of backing the (...)
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