Wednesday 05 October 2011
Jale (Borglobe) – cattle recued after gunmen from Murle tribe stole a sizeable number of cows two days ago at Atham-piu cattle station, which has become the second incidence since cattle keepers lost a large herd last month at Pajut, resulting into death of the two and eight others injured.
Marauders were confronted by herders at Pamei, retroceding their position of possessing cows when they involved in a ferocious ambush resistance from cows' owners. Luckily, the cows were recovered and no one was hurt in the process.
The UN reported that at least 600 people have been killed two weeks ago between Nuer and Murle clashes in Jonglei, South Sudan. South Sudan’s parliament argued security forces to take a role in preventing retaliatory acts among warring ethnic groups in Jonglei and Warrap states.
Source: newsroom - farmingnewsdaily.co.uk
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