Posts Tagged ‘war crimes’

Victim of government attacks against civilians in Wau, South Sudan, in June 2016

South Sudan: The 3-year-old victim of renewed fighting

Al Jazeera, 6 July 2016 There were 15 children inside, hiding under the bed. The soldiers started shooting indiscriminately. Wau, South Sudan – On the evening before her three-year-old granddaughter was killed by government soldiers, Mariana was adamant that she didn’t want to run. Her friends were contacting her to say that people were fleeing her [...]

In a now almost deserted part of town where security concerns are acute, the Holy Family Church in the Nazareth district is providing refuge to more than 5,000 people, according to the parish priest, Father Archangel. Locals buried about 17 people killed by government soldiers and militia in the grounds of family houses near the church. RICHARD NIELD/AL JAZEERA

South Sudan: Dozens killed as violence flares in Wau

Al Jazeera, 3 July 2016 Gangs of ethnic Dinka youths accused of targeting Fertit tribe in northwest city as tens of thousands flee their homes. Juba, South Sudan – Dozens of people have been killed and more than 120,000 displaced from their homes in a wave of fighting in Wau, one of South Sudan’s largest [...]