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February 3, 1999 | ANN M. SIMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The horsemen came by night, thundering from one mud-and-thatch hut to another, shooting and slashing men, women and children. Startled from his sleep, 6-year-old Gabriel Majok Bol jumped from the wicker mat that served as his bed. He, his parents and five siblings scattered. The sprawling settlement in southern Sudan was burned to the ground. Bol survived unharmed--and alone. He hasn't seen his family since that night 11 years ago, and thinks they probably are dead.
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February 3, 1999 | ANN M. SIMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The horsemen came by night, thundering from one mud-and-thatch hut to another, shooting and slashing men, women and children. Startled from his sleep, 6-year-old Gabriel Majok Bol jumped from the wicker mat that served as his bed. He, his parents and five siblings scattered. The sprawling settlement in southern Sudan was burned to the ground. Bol survived unharmed--and alone. He hasn't seen his family since that night 11 years ago, and thinks they probably are dead.
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