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Cannibalism, torture and rape in warring South Sudan - Telegraph


Cannibalism, torture and rape in warring South Sudan - Telegraph: Among the crimes committed, it said, were “murder, rape and sexual violence, torture and other inhumane acts of comparable gravity”, but added that it found no evidence of genocide, where there must be clear intent to decimate or wipe out entire ethnic groups.

It detailed accounts of injured civilians attacked in a hospital, entire towns “pillaged and destroyed”, children under the age of 15 being forcibly conscripted and women being raped in or abducted from churches where they had sought sanctuary.

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