At least 14 people have been confirmed dead and about ten others wounded after unknown gunmen attacked a convoy travelling along Juba-Nimule highway yesterday. Several private cars were burnt.
The Sudan tribune Quotes South Sudan police spokesperson, Brigadier confirming the incident, which occurred near Moli village in Eastern Equatoria state.
The attackers overpowered the military escort, resulting in the death of three government soldiers while three others were wounded as they escorted the cars and buses.
The attack highlights a rise in insecurity and casts doubt on the sustainability of a unilateral ceasefire President Salva Kiir declared.END