South Sudan violence: UN wants to end culture of impunity

Reports of atrocities in South Sudan despite last year's landmark deal to end the civil war.

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    The United Nations says fighting in South Sudan is continuing, despite last year's peace deal.

    A UN commission on human rights says it has identified some of the individuals involved.

    It is also considering the introduction of a court to end what it sees as a culture of impunity.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan has more from the capital, Juba.


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