Gunmen attack South Sudan vice president's convoy, injuring bodyguards

By REUTERS
May 9, 2017 16:41
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NAIROBI - Unknown assailants attacked the convoy of South Sudan's First Vice President Taban Deng Gai on Tuesday, wounding three of his bodyguards, a government official said.

The ambush took place on a highway linking the capital Juba with the town of Bor, to its east. State Minister of Information Jacob Akech Deng said Gai was unhurt.


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