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Even as the Nairobi talks were underway, a key regional capital in South Sudan reportedly changed hands once again as a renegade tribal warlord attacked the town of Malakal and declared his allegiance to Machar’s rebels.
A rebel statement said that ex-government general Johnson Olony – accused by aid agencies of forcibly recruiting hundreds of child soldiers – was in “full control” of the ruined town of Malakal, the state capital of Upper Nile, but the army dismissed the claim.
"They grabbed me and threw me to the ground and they forced themselves on me...
I tried to escape but there were 10 of them and I could do nothing," she said. Then they just left me there bleeding." No action has been taken against the soldiers.
Applications to the following Missions will not be included in the new online payment system.There was no immediate response from the army, who has previously dismissed allegations of rights abuses.The UN said the report had been handed to government officials, who were yet to comment on its findings.After research in Ivory Coast, southern Sudan and Haiti, the charity proposed an international watchdog be set up.
Save the Children said it had sacked three workers for breaching its codes, and called on others to do the same.If you are paying online, please have your debit/credit card details and the required supporting documents ready before you begin your application.