South Sudanese ethinc clash

South Sudan: at least 35 killed ethnic clashes

Authorities in South Sudan said at least 35 people have been killed in what they called ethnic clashes in the north of the country.

Eighty others were wounded in fighting between the Luacjang, Thiik and Lou Paher people in Warrap state.

It’s not clear what sparked the latest violence but the communities often raid cattle from each other.

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Thousands have died in ethnic clashes in South Sudan in recent years, BBC News reports.

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