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Injuries reported in S. Sudan shooting at U. S. aircraft

English.news.cn   2013-12-21 21:01:21            

KAMPALA, Dec. 21 (Xinhua) -- Injuries were caused when U. S. aircraft were shot at in South Sudan Saturday, according the the Ugandan military.

At least three U. S. service personnel were injured in the shooting when the two aircraft were heading to Bor. The aircraft landed in the Ugandan capital Kampala and the injured were flown to Nairobi in neighboring Kenya for treatment.

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