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103 killed in South Sudan cattle raid clash

JUBA, South Sudan — More than 100 people were killed in a violence-prone region of South Sudan when one tribe attacked another while cattle were being moved across land, officials said Sunday.

Kuol Manyang Juuk, the governor of Jonglei state, said 103 people died in the Friday clash in Akobo County. Juuk said that 17 of the attackers were killed and that 14 soldiers from South Sudan’s military who were accompanying the cattle-moving tribe also died.

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