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UN South Sudan Sanctions Seen to Challenge ‘Unchecked Impunity’

The US-based crisis management group Enough Project said Wednesday’s U.N. Security Council sanctions against six military commanders from South Sudan are essential to combat what it called “the unchecked impunity that has come to define South Sudan’s political environment.”  The three generals and three rebel commanders are now subject to a global travel ban and an asset freeze for their role in perpetuating that country’s 19 month-old conflict. Akshaya Kumar, the Sudan and South...

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