Global Week in Review: UN Condemns Ethnic Slaughter in South Sudan

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UN Condemns Bentiu 'Ethnic Slaughter'

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The United Nations reports that 200 South Sudanese civilians were killed because of their ethnicity and nationality in the town of Bentiu last week. Hate speech broadcasts called on these groups to leave the town and called for men to sexually assault women. 


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