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UNODC. 2014 ‘Homicide, Violence and Conflict - South Sudan.’ 2013 Global Study on Homicide, p. 17. Vienna: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. 1 March

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In South Sudan, high levels of firearm availability have increased the lethality associated with cattle raiding, particularly in the Wunlit Triangle, where the homicide rate in 2013 was, at over 60 per 100,000 population, among the highest in the world…

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