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The aim of the present article is investigation of the newly observed resonances $\Xi_c(2923)^{0}$, $\Xi_c(2939)^{0}$, and $\Xi_c(2965)^{0}$ which are real candidates to charm-strange baryons. To this end, we calculate the mass and pole residue of the orbitally and radially excited spin-$1/2$ flavor-sextet and spin-$3/2$ baryons $\Xi_c^{0 \prime}$ and $\Xi_c^{\star 0}$ with quark content $csd $. Spectroscopic parameters of these particles are computed in the context of the QCD two-point sum rule method. Their widths are evaluated through decays to final state $\Lambda_{c}^{+}K^{-}$, which
are explored by means of the full QCD light-cone sum rule method necessary to determine strong couplings of vertices $\Xi_c^{0\prime}\Lambda_{c}^{+}K^{-}$ and $\Xi_c^{\star 0}\Lambda_{c}^{+}K^{-}$.Obtained predictions for the masses and widths of the four excited baryons, as well as previous results for $1P$ and $2S$ flavor-antitriplet spin-1/2 baryons $\Xi_c^{0}$ are confronted with available experimental data on $
\Xi_c^{0}$ resonances to fix their quantum numbers. Our comparison demonstrates that the resonances $\Xi_c(2923)^{0}$ and $\Xi_c(2939)^{0}$ can be considered as orbitally excited spin-$1/2$ flavor-sextet and spin-$3/2$ baryons, respectively. The resonance $\Xi _{c}(2965)^{0}$ may be interpreted as radial excitation of either spin-$1/2$ flavor-sextet or antitriplet baryon.
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