Published on Sep 25, 2018
South Sudan’s army is being accused of having free reign to murder, rape and loot in the central state of Unity. In a new report, Amnesty International found South Sudan’s military forces systematically raped women, murdered civilians and carried out large-scale looting. Amnesty says war crimes are all too common, because the government doesn’t prosecute the perpetrators.
- Joanne Mariner – Co-author of the Amnesty International report
- Ateny Wek Ateny – Press secretary for the President of South Sudan
- Brian Adeba – Deputy Director of policy for the Enough Project
- Klem Ryan – Former UN Security Council panel coordinator for South Sudan