STORY: SOUTH SUDAN TRIBE CONFLICTDATELINE: Jan. 13, 2012LENGTH: 00:00:35LOCATION: KharrtoumCATEGORY: OTHERSCAMA South Sudan official said on Thursday that more than 50 people were killed in the latest tribal conflict in the hotspot of Jonglei state in South Sudan. The anonymous official said that the fresh cycle of violence in Jonglei state had continued Wednesday, with youths from the ethnic Murle community launching a counter attack on Uror County, burning down villages and rustling a large number of cattle. Around 60,000 people have been displaced by the violence between the Murle tribe and the Lou-Nuer tribe, which began on Dec. 23 and lasted until last week, according to the UN figures.
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