JUBA, Sudan (Reuters) - Deadly clashes between south Sudans army and a renegade commander have killed 105 fighters and civilians, the army said on Friday, as the war-scarred region moves towards independence. The violence comes after a referendum on secession confirmed south Sudan would declare independence, after decades of civil war. The regions army said clashes at Fangak in Jonglei state on February 9 and 10 had killed 50 fighters from both sides and 39 civilians, adding to the 16 casualties it reported a day earlier from fighting in Door.