Relatives and other mourners watch as the body of South Sudanese journalist Peter Julius Moi is taken into the mortuary in Juba, South Sudan, Aug. 20, 2015. (AP Photo/Jason Patinkin)
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Gunmen shot dead a South Sudan reporter in an apparently targeted attack, colleagues said Thursday, days after President Salva Kiir publicly threatened to kill journalists who reported "against the country".Colleagues, who gathered at the hospital in the capital Juba where Peter Moi's body was taken Thursday, said the reporter's money and his telephone were reportedly not taken by the gunman after the killing.He is seventh journalist killed this year in the war-ravaged country.International press freedom watchdog Reporters Without Borders ranks South Sudan as the 125th worst nation out of 180 .
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