“The U.N. human rights office accuses the South Sudanese government and its allies of brutally and deliberately attacking civilians, particularly women and children, in what it says appears to be a “scorched earth” policy against opposition forces in parts of Unity state. U.N. human rights monitors say at least 232 civilians were killed and many more injured during the attacks, which took place in opposition-controlled areas between April 16 and May 24.”

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