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More than 40 people died in days of fighting in a South Sudan town, the government said Tuesday, with aid agencies warning of dire conditions for over 10,000 people sheltering at a UN base.At least 39 civilians and four policemen were killed in the town of Wau, some 650 kilometres (400 miles) northwest of Juba, since violence broke out on June 24, Minister of Information Michael Makuei told reporters.More than 160,000 civilians are now in UN-guarded camps across the country, down from a peak of more than 200,000 at the height of the war.
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