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A woman hangs paraments to dry at St. Andrew's Cathedral in Bor, a city in South Sudan's Jonglei State that was the scene of fierce fighting in late 2013 and early 2014 between the country's military and anti-government rebels. After fighting broke out in mid December 2013, control of the town changed hands four times in a few weeks. Scores of church women who took refuge in the cathedral were massacred by anti-government rebels.