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Receive a free 30-minute phone consultation (0 value) with Ellen and Sherrie when she signs up!A massacre of ethnic Nuer in Juba sparked South Sudan's civil war, which began in December 2013 and raged between supporters of Kiir and Machar, killing tens of thousands before a fragile peace deal was struck last August."He's lying down, his two arms spread out," said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he feared for his safety. officials said the death toll was certain to climb above the 272 people, including 33 civilians, reported by the government."I would believe that this is only the tip of the iceberg given alarming reports indicating over the last few days many civilians were barred from reaching safer ground," peacekeeping chief Herve Ladsous told the U. An Associated Press reporter spoke to people who had been wounded in attacks by armed men as they tried to reach neighboring Uganda. Government forces had erected roadblocks to demand money from those who were fleeing. Commercial flights to Juba remain cancelled though charter flights are evacuating hundreds of aid workers and other foreign citizens from the capital. (AP Photo) In this photo released by UNMISS, Chinese medical staff work at the UN hospital in Juba, South Sudan, Wednesday, July 13, 2016."When I look at the photo, it looks like he raised his hands up as someone who is surrendering."The weeklong fighting has left hundreds dead in the capital, and aid workers have said bodies remained in the streets. The death toll from a recent outbreak of fighting in South Sudan is almost certain to climb above the 272 people, including 33 civilians, reported by the government, United Nations officials said Wednesday.(Beatrice Mategwa/UNMISS via AP) Aid workers and civilians arrive from Juba to Entebbe airport in Uganda, Wednesday, July, 13, 2016. military in Africa says it has sent 40 additional soldiers to South Sudan's capital, Juba, to help secure American personnel and facilities in the war-torn city.Many supporters of President Salva Kiir are from the rival Dinka tribe. N.'s special representative for the prevention of genocide has warned that soldiers were targeting civilians by ethnicity during the clashes that began last Thursday. Italy's foreign ministry said air force aircraft landed Wednesday in Juba to evacuate 30 Italians. bases and aid workers' compounds, but there were reports of government soldiers blocking aid workers from moving to areas where civilians need assistance. mission there, said it had received a report of small-arms fire in Leer town in Unity state Wednesday morning. In this photo taken Wednesday, July 13, 2016 and released by the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), a UN soldier carries a baby at the UN compound in the capital Juba, South Sudan.While a precarious calm has descended on Juba since both Kiir and Machar called for a cease-fire late Monday, fears persist that forces on both sides continue to target people by ethnic group. Germany's foreign ministry said its air force was evacuating German, European and other foreign citizens. Meanwhile, fighting continued to spread to other parts of South Sudan. The death toll from a recent outbreak of fighting in South Sudan is almost certain to climb above the 272 people, including 33 civilians, reported by the government, United Nations officials said Wednesday (Eric Kanalstein/UNMISS via AP) In this photo of Monday, July 11, 2016, A South Sudan soldier patrols the street in Juba, Souh Sudan. military in Africa says it has sent 40 additional soldiers to South Sudan's capital, Juba, to help secure American personnel and facilities in the war-torn city.