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Nuer men armed with Kalashnikovs guarding their cattle against raiders, either bandits or members of hostile tribes, early in the morning. Their owners light small fires fuelled by cow dung in the 'cattle camp', so that the smoke keeps tsetse flies away. After sunrise the young boys will escort the cows to their grazing grounds. Cattle are the most important asset to the nomadic people of southern Sudan.