File - In this Monday, Dec. 30, 2013 file photo, a United Nations armored vehicle passes displaced people walking towards the U.N. camp in Malakal, South Sudan. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
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Eight people have been accused of rape, eight others accused of looting and one accused of injuring a victim during a July rampage that targeted Americans at a South Sudan hotel, the government announced Wednesday.The announcement came a day after the United Nations made public its own investigation that found U.N. peacekeepers nearby did not respond to calls for help during the attack.Kenya, meanwhile, announced Wednesday it was withdrawing from United Nations peacekeeping duties in South Sudan after U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon fired the Kenyan head of the force for failing to protect civilians.
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