S’Sudan crisis: US evacuation planes ‘fired on’

S’Sudan crisis: US evacuation planes ‘fired on’

at least two US evacuation flights from South Sudan have been fired on, inflicting some accidents, say reviews from Uganda, where the planes landed.

The airplane have been attacked with the intention to Bor, which is occupied via forces loyal to former Vice-President Riek Machar, Ugandan officials say.

South Sudan has been in turmoil on account that President Salva Kiir accused Mr Machar per week in the past of making an attempt a coup.

as a minimum 500 individuals have been killed in clashes.

The Sudanese military is attempting to retake Bor, the capital of japanese Jonglei state, one of the unstable areas in South Sudan.

Troops backed via helicopter gunships were advancing on the town, army spokesman Philip Aguer told the French AFP news agency.