When South Sudan gained its independence in 2011, many believed it would be the end of decades of fighting with Sudan. But just two years later, the fighting would be from within. A shaky power-sharing agreement broke down, unleashing a vicious war between the country’s two main ethnic groups, the Dinkas and the Nuers. Both sides have committed atrocities, including mass rapes, torture, and executions.
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