Friday, October 30, 2015
Christian terrorists of South Sudan release Bangladeshi peacekeepers
South Sudan's Christian terrorists on Thursday released 18 Bangladeshi peacekeepers they had taken captive, but were still holding 12 UN contractors captured along with them on the Nile River.
The 18 Bangladeshi soldiers were later flown out of Kaka by UN helicopter to Malakal.
Around 100 heavily-armed rebels backed by two tanks on Monday detained the crew of a barge carrying fuel for the UN mission, along with the peacekeepers escorting the shipment.
The peacekeepers and the crew were captured north of Malakal, and taken to the town of Kaka, in Upper Nile state.
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