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148 people have been killed in an exchange of fire between South Sudan government forces and armed people

148 people have been killed and 142 injured in a recent exchange of fire between government forces and armed people in the region, a local government official said on the 14th. Makuwe mabior, an official of Tongji District in walab state, said that soldiers had a dispute with a young man when government forces were carrying out illegal operations in the area, which eventually led to some gunfire fighting with government forces. Currently, 85 civilians and 63 soldiers have been killed and 94 civilians and 48 soldiers have been injured in the conflict. As some of the injured are not treated in time, the death toll is likely to rise. What’s the truth behind the loss making underwear store’s use of altruistic thinking to build a community and make more than 200000 yuan a month

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