February 9, 2013 (BOR) - At least 103 civilians and 14 South Sudan army (SPLA) soldiers are missing, feared dead, after an unknown group attacked a village on Friday in South Sudan’s Jonglei state county of Akobo, the state governor told Sudan Tribune.
The incident occurred in the remote Walgak village of Akobo.
State governor Kuol Manyang confirmed the figures, adding that 14 people, including eight SPLA soldiers were wounded in the attack, while the whereabouts of hundreds of women and (...)
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