A dozen Chinese Labourers trapped by fighting in South Sudan have been rescued.
According to China's Foreign Ministry, the Chinese workers who were rescued had been trapped in the Nile River region earlier this week.
Meantime, China's Foreign Ministry is expressing concern over the ongoing violence.
Spokesperson Hua Chunying.
"China is concerned about the conflict in South Sudan, which has injured numerous people. We sincerely hope that all sides involved in the country could adress divergences peacefully and maitain peace and stability."
For more on the situation in the capital city of Juba, we spoke earlier with Cynthia Lee. She is the Communication Coordinator for the International Committee of the Red Cross in South Sudan.
That's is Cynthia Lee from the International Committee of the Red Cross in Juba.