Report Accuse South Sudan Forces of Looting
Amnesty International in a new report says government troops and allied militias stole anything they could get their hands on in the aftermath of attacks on the Shilluk minority in Upper Nile.
A South Sudanese government army soldier slaps his gun at Jebel Makor, 45 minutes outside South Sudan's capital Juba,
VOA, 21 June 2017
The nearly 1 million South Sudanese refugees in Uganda face shortages of food, water and medical care, but they have also brought with them the trauma of the war they fled. Aid… Read more »
Observer, 16 June 2017
The World Refugee Council (WRC) has said nations have not done enough to help Uganda and her neighbors shoulder "the South Sudan humanitarian tragedy.' Read more »
The massive influx of South Sudanese refugees into northern Uganda during the past year has strained the country's already overburdened health care system. Read more »