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Over 3,000 killed in South Sudan massacre last week

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More than 3,000 people were killed in South Sudan in brutal massacres last week...

Are there massacres that are humane?

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I pray this number has been exaggerated and I pray its resolved soon

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i personally know a few Sudanese... and it's either the non-Muslims against the Muslims or Tribe against Tribe or you name it... bloody massacres non-stop.... i wish Africa would become civilized after all it's the year 2012... not the Stone Age.

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"cattle raiding"

What is this, the 1850s? Oh, yeah, South Sudan, never mind.

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if a 6,000 strong militia can "march" on a town, obviously the government is not meeting security requirements.

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This is so sick!! I feel so sorry for all of these victims.

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African chaos began since western colonists went there, and it never come back to peace thenceforth. Past is past, but those ugly western powers along with big enterprises have been put their dirty hands in Africa for disgusting profit continuously till today! That's why Africa can't come back!

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African chaos began since western colonists went there, and it never come back to peace thenceforth.

China is the biggest foreign presence in modern day Africa. Where does that fit in your ridiculous theory ?

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Nihon TV just sent a few comedians to report on the world's newest nation and the South Sudanese people looked so happy!! And now these horrible murders??

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China is giving lots of aid to Africa and Africa lots of OIL!! Etc.. to China and America should learn from China! Unfortunately Now Sudan and South Sudan are a big mess.

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People won't like the West to intervene.

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