A picture taken in Ganyiel village of Panyijar County of Unity State on March 21, 2015 shows Internally displaced children. AFP PHOTO / SAMIR BOL
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Warring forces in South Sudan have carried out horrific crimes against children, including castration, rape and tying them together before slitting their throats, the U.N. has said.Tens of thousands are believed to have been killed in the 18-month war, although there is no clear toll.It has been characterized by ethnic massacres, rape and the use of child soldiers.A quarter of a million children face starvation while two-thirds of the country's 12 million people need aid, with 4.5 million people facing severe food insecurity, according to the U.N.
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