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UN Rights Body Should Renew South Sudan Investigation

Expand Women from more than forty South Sudanese womens organizations carry placards during a march through the city to express the frustration and suffering that women and children face in Juba, South Sudan on December 9, 2017.   © STEFANIE GLINSKI/AFP/Getty Images Bonifacio told Human Rights Watch that he was 16 years old when South Sudanese soldiers snatched him away from his family in 2016 to fight a war grownups begun when he was only 13. During his training, he was beaten and whipped and shot at. Later, soldiers forced him to go and kidnap other youths. Bonifacio escaped from the armed…

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