Seven people killed in an attack on Pigi

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Seven people have reportedly been killed in cattle-related fighting in Pigi County of Jonglei state.

This is according to County Commissioner Nyok Malual Myiik.

He said the attack happened Monday midnight in Wulet Payam.

Six people, including a 65-year-old woman, were killed.

The residents were reportedly asleep during the surprise attack by the raiders.

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“The youth who were within the area repulsed the attackers and killed one of the attackers. They pursued them for more than 3 hours, ” said Commissioner Nyok Lual Miyiik.

“This recent attack took place in an area called Maat which is under Wulet Payam. They also kidnaped a number of children.”

He added that the wounded person has been transferred to Malakal hospital by the MSF for further treatment.

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The UN Mission in South Sudan says cattle-related killings and revenge attacks remain the biggest security challenge in South Sudan since the decline of political violence.

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