Aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said Thursday that at least 18 people had been killed in fighting in South Sudan, including two of its local staff members.
“This attack on civilians is outrageous and we demand that armed groups stop these actions,” said Marcus Bachmann, coordinator of MSF projects in South Sudan, in a statement.
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