South Sudanese children from the Dinka ethnic group pose at cattle camp in the town of Yirol, in central South Sudan on February 12, 2014. (AFP/Fabio Bucciarelli)
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South Sudan rebels killed, raped and kidnapped civilians during an attack in October, leaving at least 11 dead, the United Nations said in a report.After briefly wresting control of the city in April, Machar's forces killed hundreds of residents, according to the United Nations.The town is now nearly deserted, and some 44,000 people are sheltering at the U.N. base in the South Sudan capital Juba. Fighting broke out in South Sudan, the world's youngest nation, in December 2013 when President Salva Kiir accused his sacked deputy Riek Machar of attempting a coup.
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