A father carries his young daughter on his back and a gun in the town of Pibor. South Sudan, a newly independent country barely six months old, has recently exploded in violence centered on cattle rustling. Hundreds of people, possibly thousands, were massacred in the Pibor area. United Nations peacekeepers and government forces have been deployed to establish a buffer zone between waring groups but the killing continues. Many wounded people in the Pibor area have trudged miles through the bush to get help. A long line of corpses stretches for miles from nearby the United Nations compound in Pibor deep into the swamps. The population of Pibor is slowly returning back to the town after fleeing the violence.