Fighting In South Sudan Eases As U.N. Finds Mass Graves

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The South Sudanese government says its army has retaken the city of Bor, which has been in rebel hands for more than a week. Juba the capital is quiet. But even as the military stage of the conflict seems to be slowly drawing to a close, the United Nations reports finding mass graves around the country. And 45,000 South Sudanese have taken shelter in makeshift camps inside U.N. compounds for protection.

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