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S. Sudan IDPs Accuse Army Soldiers of Attack on UN Camp

Officials in South Sudan said Monday seven people were wounded at the U.N. House camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Juba when government soldiers alledgedly opened fire outside the camp over the weekend. A United Nations spokesman has confirmed there was a shooting, but a military official says he has no knowledge of such an incident. Martin Kueth Gach, a leader of the 35,000 IDPs at the camp where the shooting occurred, said eye witnesses told him the assailants arrived...

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