U.N. Imposes Arms Embargo on South Sudan as Atrocities Go Unabated

At least 232 civilians were killed, and the forces gang-raped at least 120 women and girls, including children as young as 4, according to the report, which was produced by the United Nations mission in South Sudan and the human rights office in Geneva. At least 132 women and girls were abducted, forced to carry loot to the soldiers’ base and kept as sex slaves or porters, according to the report.