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South Sudan Military Ordered to Shoot Down Planes

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South Sudan’s military has ordered the shoot down of any airplane or helicopter flying into the country’s airspace without the knowledge of the government.  The order was reportedly given by General Paul Malong Awan, chief of staff of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA), the military forces of the government in Juba.  Information Minister Michael Makuei said the government has evidence that some planes or helicopters have illegally been bringing weapons into the...

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