Watch video of another deserted town in Equatoria as Kiir’s regime pushes on with its ethnic agenda.
The U.N. Panel of Experts on South Sudan reportedin November that atrocities and gross violations of human rights and international humanitarian law are taking place. Ethnic cleansing is underway in several areas through starvation, gang rape and arson, the U.N. Commission on Human Rights warned in December 2016.
Almost 3 million of South Sudan’s estimated 12 million people have fled their homes since the conflict began, with more than 1 million seeking refuge in neighboring countries. The violence has disrupted agriculture and obstructed humanitarian assistance leaving 4.8 million people unsure how they will get their next meal, the U.N. reported
Picture: Burying the dead in Kajo-keji
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