A rebel leader in South Sudan who signed a peace deal with the government earlier this week, has been killed.
South Sudan became independent on 9 July, but is facing at least half a dozen armed rebellions.
Colonel Gatluak Gai was shot in the early hours of Saturday morning, in or near the district of Pakur in Unity State.
A fellow rebel told the BBC he had been lured into a trap by the army, which then assassinated him.
The army denies this. A spokesman said Col Gai had been killed in a fight with his deputy, after he had changed his mind about the peace agreement.