Series of inter-communal violence plunge South Sudan in mayhem

A woman sells locally made coconut oil. This border market, in South Sudan’s Morobo town, also brings people from DR Congo. Picture by Ochan Hannington | 26 Feb 2015

United Nations Mission in South Sudan or UNMISS is concerned about worsening security situation in the country. In the report released last week, the peacekeeping body blames series of South Sudan inter-communal violence that led to scores of deaths in various parts of the country. They warn further deterioration, if nothing is done to avert the trend.

Charles Kay Mark has details of the report.