SPLA: We did not attack on the humanitarian aid of the UN

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17 Jan 2014 00:45

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SPLA: We did not attack the humanitar...
Rubkona, South Sudan
By Samir Bol
14 Jan 2014

The Spokesman of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) Col. Philip Auger said on Wednesday 15th of January in JUBA that government forces did not infringe on the United Nations. He demanded from the United Nations to give out the places where the government attacked the UN and pointed that those who attacked the United Nations and humanitarian organisations are the rebel forces. In this photo which is taken on the 12th January shows a group of peacekeeping forces from Mongolia guarding the Rubkona airport.

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Rubkona, South Sudan
By Samir Bol
16 Jan 2014

Peacekeeping force from Mongolia guarding Rubkona airport and soldiers from the SPLA.

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SPLA: We did not attack on the humani...
Rubkona, South Sudan
By Samir Bol
15 Jan 2014

Peacekeeping force from Mongolia guarding Rubkona airport.

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SPLA: We did not attack on the humani...
Rubkona, South Sudan
By Samir Bol
14 Jan 2014

Soldiers from the SPLA and peacekeeping forces from Mongolia guarding the Rubkona Airport.

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SPLA: We did not attack on the humani...
Rubkona, South Sudan
By Samir Bol
15 Jan 2014

UN soldier talking on a Walkie Talkie near Rubkona Airport.