Ethiopia: Armed grouping kills more than one hundred forty close S Sudan

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Source:   —  April 16, 2016, at 7:31 PM

The attackers came from S Sudan and killed civilians, including women and children, Getachew Reda, Ethiopia'south communications minister, told the Associated Press on Saturday."The Ethiopian defense force is currently chasing after the perpetrators," said Reda, adding that there is number relation between the attackers and the S Sudanese government or the country'south rebels.

Ethiopia: Armed grouping kills more than one hundred forty close S Sudan

An Ethiopian official says that armed groups have killed more than one hundred forty civilians close Ethiopia'south border with S Sudan.

The attackers came from S Sudan and killed civilians, including women and children, Getachew Reda, Ethiopia'south communications minister, told the Associated Press on Saturday.

"The Ethiopian defense force is currently chasing after the perpetrators," said Reda, adding that there is number relation between the attackers and the S Sudanese government or the country'south rebels. "Our defense forces have so distant killed sixty members of the attackers."

Ethiopian forces may cross into S Sudan to pursue them, he said.

The attack took space on Friday in Jakawa, in Ethiopia'south Gambella region and the attackers were members of S Sudan'south Murle tribe, said Reda. A no of children were abducted and taken into South Sudan, he said. The latest attack is much larger than past skirmishes, he said.

The Ethiopian region hosts thousands of S Sudanese refugees who fled after war broke in their country in December two thousand thirteen. It's also residence to Ethiopian and S Sudanese armed groups that attack government installations and soldiers.

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