South Sudan army denies killing a trader in Amadi state
South Sudan army has dismissed as reports that its forces allegedly burnt down villages in Amadi, one of the country's newly created states, and hacked a citizen to pieces. SPLA soldiers in Malakal, capital of the battleground oil-state of Upper Nile on 15 May 2014 The deputy spokesman of pro-government forces, Col.
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