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[wanabidii] Gunfire Rocks South Sudan Amid Fears of Return to Civil War (M&G Africa)
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Gunfire Rocks South Sudan Amid Fears of Return to Civil War
Hundreds of people die in violence and this raises the spectre of the oil-producing African nation returning to all-out civil war.
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