South Sudan attack sparked by cattle raid kills 17

Updated June 25 2024 - 4:20am, first published 4:16am
Competition for scarce resources is to blame for violent outbursts in war-ravaged South Sudan. (AP PHOTO)
Competition for scarce resources is to blame for violent outbursts in war-ravaged South Sudan. (AP PHOTO)

A revenge attack triggered by a cattle raid earlier this month has killed at least 17 people in northern South Sudan and forced oil workers to evacuate from the Toma South oil field, a local official say.

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