The latest report of the African Union (AU) commission of inquiry on South Sudan released on Tuesday, found scale of extreme atrocities committed during 22-month civil war, with cases of rape, torture, killings, mutilations, as well as forced cannibalism, mostly committed against civilians.
The crimes were perpetrated by both South Sudanese government forces and the rebel forces. Despite the “seeming ethnic nature” of the conflict, the report specified that genocide has not been committed duri...
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