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12:26:41, Saturday, 23 Aug 2014

Abandoned home in Malek-Agok, east of the Lakes State capital Rumbek. An integrated team from UNMISS, UN agencies and non-govermental organizations found many people had fled from the area in fear of revenge attacks after the death of an area paramount chief on 5 August. Photo: UNMISS / Evelien Vleeshouwers
Abandoned home in Malek-Agok, east of the Lakes State capital Rumbek. An integrated UN and non-govermental organization team recently found many people had fled revenge attacks there after the killing of a paramount chief on 5 August. Photo: UNMISS/Evelien Vleeshouwers

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