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Civilian devastation : abuses by all parties in the war in southern Sudan

Author: Jemera Rone; John Prendergast; Karen Sorenson; Human Rights Watch/Africa.; Human Rights Watch (Organization)
Publisher: New York, NY : Human Rights Watch, [1994] ©1994
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Since 1983, the civil war in southern Sudan has claimed the lives of some 1.3 million civilians as a result of targeted killings, indiscriminate fire, or starvation and disease. Both government and rebel forces are culpable as they wage war in total disregard for the welfare of civilians, violating almost every rule of war applicable in an internal armed conflict. Government forces have engaged in indiscriminate  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jemera Rone; John Prendergast; Karen Sorenson; Human Rights Watch/Africa.; Human Rights Watch (Organization)
ISBN: 1564321290 9781564321299
OCLC Number: 31029671
Notes: "Written by Jemera Rone with the help of John Prendergast and edited by Karen Sorensen."--Preface.
Description: xiv, 279 pages : maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Background --
Violations of the rules of war by government forces --
SPLA violations of the rules of war --
Recommendations.
Other Titles: Sudan, civilian devastation
Responsibility: Human Rights Watch/Africa (formerly Africa Watch).

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Since 1983, the civil war in southern Sudan has claimed the lives of some 1.3 million civilians as a result of targeted killings, indiscriminate fire, or starvation and disease. Both government and rebel forces are culpable as they wage war in total disregard for the welfare of civilians, violating almost every rule of war applicable in an internal armed conflict. Government forces have engaged in indiscriminate aerial bombardments, scorched each tactics, torture, disapperance and summary executions. The two factions of the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Army have engaged in indiscriminate attacks, destruction of property, looting, and long-term sieges that starve civilians. The cumulative effect has been to turn Sudan's southern region into a permanent emergency situation where war, flood, drought, and disease have torn apart ordinary survival strategies and made millions dependent in whole or in part on international assistance.

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