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South Sudan Forces Killed 114 Civilians in 6 Months: UN

Juba (Tasnim) – South Sudanese pro-government forces killed at least 114 civilians in and around Yei town between July 2016 and January 2017, as well as committing uncounted rapes, looting and torture, the UN human rights office said on Friday. “Attacks were committed with an alarming degree of brutality and, like elsewhere in the country, […]

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Japanese Troops Expect to Fight Overseas for First Time Since WWII

Japanese Defense Forces landed in South Sudan on Monday in an effort to aid UN peacekeepers and ultimately protect developing infrastructure in a country devastated by civil war. The 350 troops will replace a previous contingent of Japanese troops which did not have the constitutional authority to engage in combat. Prior to 2015, the anti-war Japanese […]

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