Two Chinese UN peacekeepers killed in South Sudan capital fighting

Two Chinese UN peacekeepers were killed in renewed fighting between South Sudan’s rival army factions in capital Juba, a UN official confirmed to Xinhua on Monday.
The official at the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), who asked not to be identified, said the armoured vehicle that a group of Chinese peacekeepers were travelling in on duty was hit by a mortar shell on Sunday, leading to the deaths and injuries.
Fighting between government troops of President Salva Kiir and forces loyal to Vice President Riek Machar resumed on Monday.

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