US military aircraft hit, soldiers wounded in South Sudan: Ugandan official – Reuters

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Reuters
KAMPALA (Reuters) – Gunfire hit U.S. military aircraft flying in to rescue people from fighting in South Sudan, wounding two U.S. soldiers on Saturday, a Ugandan government official said. One plane was damaged when it was hit over remote Jonglei state,
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