April 23 2012
Warplanes from Sudan have bombed two villages in South Sudan's Unity state, says a southern official cited by the Sudan Tribune.
On Monday morning, Sudanese MiG-29 fighters bombed the state capital of Bentiu and nearby Rubkotna, according to the deputy director of military intelligence, reported Al Jazeera (Qatar).
A fighter was seen dropping two bombs near a river bridge between Bentiu and Rubkona.
At least three civilians were reported killed, although that number could...
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