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South Sudan rebels said Monday the government should be held responsible for the killing of six aid workers, the deadliest single assault on humanitarian staff in a three-year civil war.The government said it was too early to say who was behind Saturday's ambush, an attack condemned as a "heinous murder" by the United Nations.The six died as they drove from the capital Juba to the town of Pibor, the United Nations said, through remote territory largely under government control but fought over by both sides in the conflict and plagued by militias and other armed groups.At least 79 aid workers have been killed since President Salva Kiir's government forces clashed with Machar's men in December 2013 – the product of a long-running rivalry between the two men that has split the country along ethnic lines.
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