Tribal attack in disputed S.Sudan border region kills 29

Source: MSN International Edition - View Original Article
Published: Jan 23, 2020
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96% Conservative


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Policies:

Travel Ban
Private Property
Government Interference
Assisted Suicide
Border Wall

Sentiments

75% "Bodies got burnt and you cannot recognise them, Kuol said.""
72% "Suspected Misseriya tribesmen killed at least 29 people, at least some of whom burned to death in their homes, in an attack on a ..."
71% "After five years of fighting, Kiir and Machar signed a peace deal but they are still struggling to form a unity government.""
69% "The area, which has oil reserves, is populated by the Ngor Dinka ethnic community and the Arab Misseriya, who usually foray from Sudan into ..."
50% "JUBA (Reuters) -""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

75% : "Bodies got burnt and you cannot recognise them," Kuol said.
72% : Suspected Misseriya tribesmen killed at least 29 people, at least some of whom burned to death in their homes, in an attack on a village in the disputed Abyei border region of South Sudan on Wednesday, a regional administrator said.
71% : After five years of fighting, Kiir and Machar signed a peace deal but they are still struggling to form a unity government.
69% : The area, which has oil reserves, is populated by the Ngor Dinka ethnic community and the Arab Misseriya, who usually foray from Sudan into South Sudan with their animals for grazing.
50% : JUBA (Reuters) -

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