South Sudan

Kiir: We Won’t Release ‘Criminal’ Cabinet Ministers


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In other development, SPLA is reported to have launched an assault at rebels in Bor and that fighting is going on.

Meanwhile, U.S troops are also said to be set with Ugandan Special Forces for the Bentui mission.

In related news, UN says it has uncovered a mass grave where more than 75 people are said to have been buried.

We are following up the events and will bring you details soon.


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