In this photo taken Tuesday, March 14, 2017, South Sudanese refugee children play outside a temporary school in Bidi Bidi camp, northern Uganda. (AP Photo/Justin Lynch)
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More than 3,000 South Sudanese fled into neighboring Uganda Tuesday after government soldiers attacked the border town of Pajok, killing men, women and children indiscriminately, refugees said.The attack by government SPLA forces is the latest to hit southern towns near the Ugandan border as a three-year civil war spreads across the world's youngest nation.Refugees and Ugandan intelligence officials said fighting started at 8:00 a.m. Monday with a three-pronged assault on the town, which is normally home to 50,000 people.
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