A Sudanese man rides a camel near the archaeological site of Bajarawiya April 24, 2018. (AFP / ASHRAF SHAZLY)
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Ten aid workers have gone missing in civil war-torn South Sudan just days after another group of humanitarians was abducted by gunmen, the United Nations said Thursday.The statement said three U.N. staffers and seven aid workers, all of them South Sudanese, went missing early Wednesday when their convoy driving from Yei town to Tore in Central Equatoria disappeared.This is the third time aid workers have been held by armed groups in the last six months alone, the statement said.
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