"If Men Are Caught ,They Are Killed, If Women Are Caught, They Are Raped

4 July 2017, 10:14 UTC | South Sudan
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A new frontline in South Sudan’s conflict has forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee the country’s fertile Equatoria region over the past year, creating ongoing atrocities, starvation and fear.

Close to one million people forcibly displaced in Equatoria region, fuelling world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis.

Civilians shot, hacked to death with machetes and burnt in their homes.

Women and girls abducted and gang-raped.

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