Militia fighting and tribal clashes have killed more than a hundred people and forced aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres to evacuate staff from some areas of south Sudan, despite a peace deal that ended a civil war. A researcher who recently visited the area of Jonglei near the border with Ethiopia told Reuters on Wednesday the fighting over the past two months had probably killed hundreds but with no UN or aid presence the figure could be higher. Full Story
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