South Sudan: Clashes erupt in Juba hours after UN plea
Correspondent in the capital, Juba, told the BBC the fire
and explosions could be heard across the big city.
He said he was using heavy artillery.
And he said more than 200 people have died in clashes since Friday.
The latest violence came hours after the Security Council called on the United Nations on the warring factions to immediately stop fighting.
In a statement unanimously, the Council condemned the acts of violence “in the strongest terms” and expressed “a certain shock and anger” in the attacks on United Nations positions.
Extra peacekeepers also called to be sent to southern Sudan.
According to the Chinese media and the killing of two UN Chinese peacekeepers now in Juba.
And wounded a number of other peacekeepers, as well as a number of civilians caught in the crossfire.
And broke out the latest wave of violence when the pro-presidential forces began Salva Kiir,
First Vice President Riek Machar shooting at each other in the streets of Juba.