By Steve Paterno
December 16, 2012 — Last week, in commemoration of Human Rights Day, I was interviewed by Radio France International (RFI) so as to highlight the issues of human rights abuses in South Sudan. The interview was as timely as it was necessary. The increase of violent killings in Juba and around South Sudan is acknowledged by the country’s Minister of Interior Alison Manani Magaya, in his interview with Miraya FM. In recent months, South Sudan has experienced spike of violence (...)
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