Samoa TerrainThe Samoa Area
Rioting Southern Sudan forces were raping aliens, killing locals.
At the end of the night, she was attacked by 15 Southern Sudanese warriors. The 11th of July saw southern Sudan' s army, just after the victory in the capitol Juba over the enemy force, in one of the most serious deliberate assaults on development helpers during the three-year long conflict in southern Sudan, raging for almost four hours through a favoured area.
As they forced the aliens to observe, they killed a newspaper reporter, sexually assaulted several alien wives, selected Americans, beating and robbing lives, and executed sham victims, several Associated Press testimonies said. Allied press by telephone interviewed eight survivors, man and woman, among them three who said they were mugged.
The majority of those who did insist on being anonymous for their security or to safeguard their organisations still active in Southern Sudan. Earlier last year the Associated Press reports that the UN peacekeeping forces in Juba did not stop the rape of locals by non-U.N. personnel. This assault on the Terrain resort shows the hostilities of the forces under the leadership of Southern Sudanese President Salva Kiir, who has been battling followers of Riek Machar, the insurgent chief, since the outbreak of the December 2013 cataclysm.
Spokesperson Lul Ruai did not refuse the assault, but said it was too early for the military to be called in. Rape of at least five wives, tortures, mock killings, blows and lootings are alleged in a story about the event that the site proprietor created at Ruai's behest and that was seen by the AP.
When the Jubaites thought the worse was over, the assault came. Shots fired three nights previously outside the headquarters between gunmen on both sides, then fired under a troubled settlement. On Monday, when both sides were ready to demand a ceasefire, some began to unwind on the premises.
Then came the troops. An Ugandan field worker said he saw between 80 and 100 men entering the grounds after opening the door. During about an hours soldier struck the Americans and shot them at their foot and near their skulls. On his way to the UN site near by, he asked for help.
Meanwhile, troops broke into a two-story building on the ground floor, which was considered a secure building because of a large metallic gate that guarded the upper floor of the flat. They then attacked girls and fired through the entrance of a bath room where several men were hidden, said Jesse Bunch, an US businessman who was beaten in the foot.
We', the troops called, according to a Westerner in the bath. Troops found John Gatluak, a Southernudanese journalist. Gian Libot, a Filipino national, said the troops then coerced the aliens into a semicircle. Right from the beginning of the assault, residents of the site sent e-mails, text and Facebook communications asking for help.
U.N., the U.S. Embassy, contacts the U.N.'s special regiments, contacts certain departments," said the lady, who was violated by 15 men. For the first time at 15:37 hrs, within 15 min after the site was breached, a member of the United Nations Joint Operation Centre in Juba was given an inside time line created by a member of the Operation Centre and seen by AP.
"Peacekeeping troops did not dare to leave the base to defend citizens under immediate threat," Human Rights Watch said on Monday in a Juba-wide abuse story. Finally, the Southernudanese Security Force stepped onto the site and saved all but three West German wives and about 16 terrain workers. "Obviously we deplore the human lives lost and the violent events that the villagers at the Hotel Terrain have suffered, and we take this event very seriously," Farhan Haq, the UN Secretary-General's Assistant Spokesperson, said to journalists on Monday.
Elizabeth Trudeau, spokesperson for the State Department, said to journalists on Monday that the US embassy, which was also asked for help during the assault, "was unable to intervene".