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S.Sudanese refugees flee to Uganda after attacks in Pajok

By Bloomberg
14 April 2017   |   8:05 am
Refugees from South Sudan cross the border into Uganda, after fleeing the town of Pajok, an ethnic Acholi agricultural and trading community which pro-government forces attacked on Monday 3 April, killing at least 85 people, according to witnesses.

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