UNITED NATIONS — An unpublished report from the United Nations
force in southern
gives details of violence that has erupted in an important border
state, including widespread aerial bombardments that kill civilians,
executions, possible mass graves and attacks on churches.
The report emerged as the newly minted Republic of
, which officially seceded from the northern part of the country
on July 9, was admitted to the United Nations on Thursday. Its
designated ambassador, Ezekiel Gatkuoth, broke out a few jubilant dance
moves as the new country’s striped flag, with its distinctive yellow
star, rose alongside those of the other 192 member states.
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