South Sudan: Survivors describe killings, mass displacement and terror amid fighting in Western Equatoria

Hentet fra  Amnesty December 9th 2021

First human rights analysis of recent wave of violence in Western Equatoria
• Dozens of civilians killed and more than 80,000 displaced
• Politicians stoked ethnic tensions and fighting

IDP site in Tambura town, Western Equatoria state, South Sudan.
Photo: Amnesty


Dozens of civilians in South Sudan were killed and tens of thousands displaced amid fighting between armed groups in Western Equatoria state from June to October this year, Amnesty International said today, after carrying out an in-person investigation and interviewing dozens of survivors.