UN ‘strongly condemns’ recent violence in South Sudan

lawzmagazine.comThe UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) strongly condemned the violence that took place Wednesday night between Shilluk and Dinka youths at one of its Protection of Civilians sites in South Sudan. Due to the civil war in the country, 198,440 Sudanese people reside at various UN protection sites, and more than 47,000 displaced persons reside at the Malakal protection site where the violent interaction, which resulted in multiple injuries and at least five casualties, took place. UNMISS called on the government and the citizens to end the violence and further warned that such attacks are not only prohibited, but may also meet the qualifications of war crimes.

2 thoughts on “UN ‘strongly condemns’ recent violence in South Sudan”

  1. jatin says:

    Why u do this?

  2. Lalita says:

    Well written

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