South Sudan: 'Indiscriminate killing' in Bor
Human rights abuses have been committed by both sides in the South Sudan conflict, according to a UN report that cites mass killings, rape and the targeting of civilians along ethnic lines.
In Bor, whose Dinka tribe-dominated population has been caught up in the conflict, hundreds of bodies lie in mass graves, while many of those who remain flee the country.
George Alagiah reports from Bor.
24 Feb 2014
- From the section Africa