UN police officers patrol in the Tomping United Nations camp for internally displaced persons in Juba January 20, 2014. (REUTERS/Andreea Campeanu)
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The South Sudanese government has accused rebel troops of committing atrocities against civilians by killing 127 hospital patients in the town of Bor last month.The United Nations says thousands of people have been killed in more than a month of clashes pitting troops loyal to President Salva Kiir against rebels supporting Riek Machar, who was sacked as vice president in July.The rebels rejected the accusation and instead accused the government of massacring civilians in the capital, Juba, and of flattening the oil-producing Unity state's capital of Bentiu when they seized it back from the rebels earlier this month.
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