U.N report: S. Sudan lets militas rape in lieu of wages
The U.N. says that the government of South Sudan is allowing militia soldiers to rape women and girls in lieu of wages. Robin Kriel reports.
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U.N report: S. Sudan lets militas rape in lieu of wages
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South Sudanese People Liberation Army (SPLA) soldier patrols in Malakal on January 21, 2014. Pressure mounted on South Sudan's warring parties Tuesday to reach a ceasefire to end weeks of bitter fighting and atrocities on both sides that have devastated the young nation.Thousands have been killed and half a million civilians forced to flee the fighting between troops loyal to President Salva Kiir and rebels allied to his sacked deputy Riek Machar. AFP PHOTO / HARRISON  NGETHI        (Photo credit should read HARRISON NGETHI/AFP/Getty Images)
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