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2016-12-12

〔南スーダンを「9条の墓場」にしてはならない! 自衛隊員の改憲利用は許されることではない!〕◇ 住民を守ろうとすると、政府軍、反政府軍のどちらから攻撃される! / 南スーダン、民族間ジェノサイドの危機 / 南部のユェイ市では、路上の遺体を収容にいった現地の警察官が、政府軍兵士に攻撃された! / 南スーダン政府によって強制国外退去されられたAP通信のジャスティン・リンチ記者が、米NPR公共放送で出国レポート 

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〔★は大沼〕 ◎ AP Reporter Deported From South Sudan, A Country At Risk Of Genocide
 (日本時間=11日深夜)⇒ 
http://ktep.org/post/ap-reporter-deported-south-sudan-country-risk-genocide

 ・ Fighting continued across the country, and in July, hundreds of people died in the capital of Juba. And since then, there's been a steep rise in ethnic violence. We've seen a significant rise in hate speech on social media, things like Facebook and Twitter. And in the past couple of weeks and months, we've seen a rise in ethnically targeted killings and the real suffering of civilians across the country.

 ・  In November, I visit a town called Yei, and this was a region that had had no fighting during the last couple of years. And after the July violence, this region saw a lot of killings by government soldiers. And when you talk to civilians, I mean, they describe some of the most gruesome and horrifying sights possible. Woman talked about being raped by soldiers based on their ethnicity. Men talked about being targeted for killings and arrest. And I even talked to one police officer who said that when he was going to collect bodies in the streets that had been killed, the Army had attacked him. And so this is one of the main reasons why the U.N. highlighted the risk of genocide in South Sudan and that there is ethnic cleansing happening in the country.

 ・ So I think that when we talk about what the U.N. can do, there are about 12,000 peacekeepers in the country now. And so they are going to have a big task ahead of them trying to protect civilians from this violence, you know, whether it's the rebels attacking them or whether it's the government attacking them.
 

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