Scores drown fleeing South Sudan conflict
JUBA - At least 200 South Sudanese civilians drowned on Tuesday in a ferry accident on the White Nile river while fleeing fighting in the city of Malakal, an army spokesman said.
"The reports we have are of between 200 to 300 people, including women and children. The boat was overloaded," army spokesman Philip Aguer said. "They all drowned. They were fleeing the fighting that broke out again in Malakal."