- The South Sudanese army has executed two soldiers for killings in the northwest of the country. Nineteen others have been imprisoned for murder, looting and other crimes in the capital Juba.
The government said earlier this month against that government forces had committed in Juba aanmoord and rape, including the United Nations appointees. Wednesday was the government it back and said that it is taking the allegations seriously and is investigating.
The UN go after what is true of the allegations that peacekeepers failed to intervene when uniformed men recently attacked a hotel in Juba. The perpetrators would have killed a well-known South Sudanese journalist and several civilians, including several Westerners have raped. The government says to investigate the matter, but points out that it is not certain that the perpetrators were soldiers.
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