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South Sudan expels UN human rights worker | guardian.co.uk

South Sudan has expelled a UN human rights investigator, accusing her of writing false reports, a move that the UN mission said breached the country’s legal obligations to the United Nations.

UN sources, who named the officer as Sandra Beidas, said the expulsion may have been related to an August report accusing the army of torturing, raping, killing and abducting civilians.

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