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South Sudan Army Denies it Assaulted, Detained UN Staff

The South Sudan army on Monday denied its soldiers were involved in recent alleged attacks against United Nations employees in Juba, and rejected accusations that it is blocking the movement of U.N. peacekeepers and relief supplies.   Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) spokesman, Colonel Philip Aguer, said the army has not received any formal complaints from anyone who claims to have been assaulted and detained by members of the army. "The victim would have come to the SPLA...

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