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December 20, 2013 - Los Angeles It is with great sadness that International Medical Corps confirms the death of a member of its staff, killed during the escalating violence in South Sudan.
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Fighting between workers in two oil fields in South Sudan has killed at least 16 people but the government is now in control and oil production has not been affected, a senior official in a major oil producing area in the country said on Thursday.
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