Heavily armed Ugandan troops have entered South Sudan on Thursday 14th July 2016 to evacuate the country’s citizens trapped in capital Juba which has faced deadly fresh clashes between forces loyal to President Salva Kiir and former rebels; Vice President Riek Machar that broke last week.
Hundreds of UPDF soldiers with armored vehicles formed a convoy of about fifty trucks ready for the evacuation mission of the about 3000 Ugandans stranded in the country, AFP reports.
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