South Sudan lets fighters rape women in place of wages: UN

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The dispute in South Sudan has been noted by rights violations and attacks on civilians PHOTO: AFP

The dispute in South Sudan has been noted by rights violations and attacks on civilians PHOTO: AFP

GENEVA: South Sudan lets fighters rape women as payment, a UN rights bureau pronounced Friday, describing a nation as “one of a many horrible tellurian rights situations in a world.”

“The comment group perceived information that a armed militias… who lift out attacks together with a SPLA (South Sudanese army) dedicate violations underneath an agreement of ‘do what we can and take what we can,’” a rights bureau pronounced in a new report.

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“Most of a girl therefore also raided cattle, stole personal property, raped and abducted women and girls as a form of payment,” a news added.

In a report, a UN tellurian rights bureau embellished a harrowing design of civilians suspected of ancillary a opposition, including children, being burnt alive, suffocated in shipping containers, hanged from trees and cut to pieces.

UN tellurian rights arch Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein duration warned that heartless rapes had been used evenly as “an instrument of apprehension and arms of war.”

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“This is one of a many horrible tellurian rights situations in a world,” he pronounced in a statement.

After gaining autonomy from Sudan in 2011, South Sudan erupted into polite fight in Dec 2013, environment off a cycle of retaliatory killings that have separate a poverty-stricken, landlocked nation along racial lines.

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