South Sudan: "We did not believe we would survive": killings, rape and looting in Juba
24 October 2016
Amnesty International has released a new report, examining the serious violations of human rights and international humanitarian law carried out by government forces during the breakout of violence in Juba in July. The report is based on over 90 interviews conducted over three months following the reignition of the conflict in the country. The witnesses describe ethnic-based killings, rapes, and abuse.
To read the full report, please click here.