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  • South African President Jacob Zuma has condemned the killing of the Paramount Chief of the Ngok Dinka, Kual Deng Majok, in Sudan’s disputed Abyei region, APA has learnt. A UN peacekeeper was also killed and two other peacekeepers were seriously wounded in the weekend during crossfire between UNISFA troops and Misseriya militia in the disputed and oil-rich Abyei region.Zuma said the incident threatened the stability of Abyei, as well as the progress recently achieved by Sudan and South Sudan in addressing their common security and socio-economic challenges.“I wish to extend our deepest condolences to the Ngok Dinka community and the Government of Ethiopia, the home country of the UN peacekeepers killed in the incident, as well as to the families of those killed and injured,” Zuma said on Tuesday.
  • UNITED NATIONS (AFP)Attackers killed a Pakistani peacekeeper in an ambush in strife-torn eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the United Nations announced.UN leader Ban Ki-moon was “appalled” by the latest attack on UN peacekeepers and an investigation has been started, said spokesman Martin Nesirky.The attack was staged in South Kivu province on a UN mission military convoy “by unidentified assailants,” Nesirky said.Various armed groups operate in South Kivu but it is not a stronghold of the M23 group, which launched an offensive against DR Congo government forces and UN peacekeepers in North Kivu province late last year.
  • The miners arrested and injured at Marikana launched a civil claim against government totalling more than R1bn on Friday, their lawyer said.