South Sudanese civilians in Juba queue for mosquito nets and blankets outside the St. Theresa Roman Catholic Cathedral.
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At least 300 killed in latest S.Sudan violence: U.N.At least 300 people were killed and 42,000 fled their homes this month during four days of intense gun battles in the capital of South Sudan, the U.N. said Friday.Neighboring Uganda and Sudan have begun to evacuate their nationals, while Ethiopia has offered to send additional troops to the U.N. peacekeeping there.A heavily armed Ugandan military convoy crossed into South Sudan Thursday to evacuate Ugandan citizens in Juba.Uganda gave military support to Kiir against Machar during the civil war, only pulling its troops home late last year.Ethiopia Friday said it was ready to send more troops to bolster UNMISS, the U.N. peacekeeping force in South Sudan, to which it is already the largest contributor of soldiers.
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