February 15, 2013 (JUBA/KHARTOUM) - Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) dropped seven bombs in Jau area of South Sudan’s Unity state on Thursday, instantly killing two people and eight cows, the Parieng County Commissioner told Sudan Tribune.
"The attack took place at about 6:30pm. A woman and a man who was herding cattle were killed, while 27 cows were wounded in the bombardment", Majok Gatdet Deng said by phone from Parieng on Saturday.
On Friday, the spokesman of South Sudan government accused (...)
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