Bodies Litter South Sudan Oil Town As Peace Talks Resume
As negotiators for the two sides in South Sudan’s conflict met face-to-face in Addis Abba, Ethiopia on Monday, dozens of dead, mangled and bloated bodies line the roadside from the airport to the city in one of South Sudan’s oil-producing regions where houses, buildings and shops have been looted, burned or destroyed in the nearly month-old conflict. South Sudan troops continued to approach the rebel-held town of Bor, the capital of Jonglei state, just north of the Juba, South Sudan’s capital, making more violence likely.
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