Aug 21, 2015

UN Rights Office Decries 'Impunity' After Darfur Violence - ABC News

U.N. human rights officials say Sudanese security forces that were allegedly involved in killings, sexual violence and other abuses in Darfur last year have largely gone unpunished. The U.N. Human Rights Office, in a critical new report based on information from a joint U.N.-African Union...

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