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Vol 37 No 14

Published 5th July 1996


Sudan

Border butchery

Thousands of refugees from Southern Sudan have fled their camps in north-west Uganda, amid deepening insecurity. The exodus began on 18 June, emptying Wajo and Adana refugee camps (ten kilometres from Koboko). The refugees were stranded without water in Koboko, a kilometre from the border.

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