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Is South Sudan’s army targeting civilians?

South Sudan's army is being accused of having free reign to murder, rape and loot in the central state of Unity. In a new report, Amnesty International found South Sudan's military forces systematically raped women, murdered civilians and carried out large-scale looting. Amnesty says war crimes are all too common, because the government doesn't prosecute the perpetrators. Guests Joanne Mariner – Co-author of the Amnesty International report Ateny Wek Ateny – Press secretary for the President of South Sudan Brian Adeba – Deputy Director of policy for the Enough Project Klem Ryan – Former UN Security Council panel coordinator for South Sudan #SouthSudan #Army #Civilians

Will South Sudanese war criminals face justice?

Will South Sudanese war criminals face justice?

South Sudan’s death toll rivals that of Syria, but why is the world ignoring it?

South Sudan’s death toll rivals that of Syria, but why is the world ignoring it?

South Sudan – A forgotten conflict

South Sudan – A forgotten conflict

South Sudan peace deal crumbles, will the civil war end in the near future?

South Sudan peace deal crumbles, will the civil war end in the near future?

Türkiye-Armenia Talks

Türkiye-Armenia Talks

Belarus’ Beleaguered Opposition

Belarus’ Beleaguered Opposition

Has the AUKUS Alliance Backfired?

Has the AUKUS Alliance Backfired?

The State of Sudan

The State of Sudan

The Risk of Nuclear War

The Risk of Nuclear War

Ukraine’s Top Ranked Tennis Player Defends Wimbledon’s Russia Ban

Ukraine’s Top Ranked Tennis Player Defends Wimbledon’s Russia Ban

Macron Beats Le Pen

Macron Beats Le Pen

India’s Communal Clashes

India’s Communal Clashes

The Battle for Donbass

The Battle for Donbass

Britain’s Controversial Asylum Plan

Britain’s Controversial Asylum Plan

Israel-Palestine Tensions

Israel-Palestine Tensions

Sri Lanka’s Debt Default

Sri Lanka’s Debt Default

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