South Sudan: The UN and civilian protection

Maggie discusses the UN and civilian protection in South Sudan: “As the Southern Sudanese army’s fight continues against rebel forces it claims are backed by the Khartoum government, the question of how everyday southerners caught in the crossfire can and should be protected is becoming increasingly urgent.”

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  • Guido

    I would like to know the reason why the UN does nothing to protect civilians and people slaved by muslins?

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