A man stands near destroyed tukuls, or huts, in the center of Duk Padiet after the village was attacked by the neighbouring Lou Nuer tribe in Southern Sudan

 
A man stands near destroyed tukuls, or huts, in the center of Duk Padiet after the village was attacked by the neighbouring Lou Nuer tribe in Southern Sudan
A man stands near destroyed tukuls, or huts, in the center of Duk Padiet after the village was attacked by the neighbouring Lou Nuer tribe in Southern Sudan, September 22, 2009. More than 100 people were killed when tribesmen raided Duk Padiet on September 20, burning buildings and attacking churchgoers, officials said on September 21, 2009, in a further escalation of violence in the oil-producing region. A surge of tribal killings this year has sparked fears for the stability of Sudan's underdeveloped south, still emerging from two decades of civil war. Picture taken September 22, 2009. REUTERS/Tim Mckulka/Handout/UNMIS (SUDAN CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS