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South Sudan conflict: UN warns of 'ethnic cleansing'

BBC News Thursday, 1 December 2016
South Sudan conflict: UN warns of 'ethnic cleansing'Ethnic cleansing is taking place in South Sudan, a UN panel says. warning of possible genocide.
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The United Nations warns of potential genocide in South Sudan saying that as violence escalates between government forces and rebel militia, the conflict has morphed from a political battle to an ethnic one.

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