Displaced South Sudanese students take a maths examination in the disco club in the United Nations base in Juba January 17, 2014. REUTERS/Andreea Campeanu
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A top UN rights envoy in South Sudan said child soldiers are fighting in the more than month-long conflict, with mass killings reported to have taken place.The UN has accused forces of President Salva Kiir and former vice president Riek Machar of carrying out atrocities in the conflict that started on December 15 .In addition to the tens of thousands fleeing across borders, some 468,000 South Sudanese have been displaced inside the world's newest country, according to the UN's humanitarian agency.
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