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Presidency rejects Amnesty's report on increasing executions in South Sudan

December 9, 2018 (JUBA) - South Sudan's presidency sternly denied a recent report by Amnesty International saying that Juba government executed seven people including a child in 2018.
In a report released on 7 December, the human rights group said alarmed by the increase of executions in South Sudan for the first time since the impendence in 2011.
"Amnesty International has established that at least 342 people are currently under the sentence of death in South Sudan, more than double the (...)

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UN Security Council urges South Sudan to punish perpetrators of sexual attacks

December 8, 2018 (JUBA) - The UN Security Council called on the South Sudanese government to condemn and hold accountable the responsible for recent sexual attacks in the country and expressed willingness to impose targeted sanctions.
From 22 to 29 November armed men in military and civilian clothing operating in Government-controlled areas throughout Rubkona County raped more than 150 women and girls.
However, local authorities denied the occurrence of the sexual violence and deployed (...)

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