UN human rights investigators say pro-government SPLA fighters killed, raped and tortured civilians in the town of Yei.
GENEVA (Reuters) - South Sudan's government operated a "scorched earth policy" of deliberate rape, pillage and killing of civilians during the civil war in 2015, a report published on Friday by the U.N. human rights office said.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - South Sudanese government forces attacked and killed scores of civilians, carried out public gang rapes and burned people alive during a recent military offensive in northern Unity State, a righ...
Soldiers killed 114 civilians, raped countless women and attacked funerals in a recent offensive, according to a U.N. report.
A new United Nations report says South Sudanese pro-government forces killed 114 civilians in recent months amid the country's civil war. The report released Friday by the U.N. human rights … Click to Continue »