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UN Rights Chief Blames South Sudan Crisis on Country’s Leaders

Charlton Doki JUBA — The United Nations’ human rights chief, Navi Pillay, lashed out Wednesday at South Sudanese President Salva Kiir and opposition leader Riek Machar, saying the two men have allowed their personal differences to bring the young nation to the edge of disaster. “The country’s leaders, instead of seizing their chance to steer their impoverished and war-battered young nation to stability and greater prosperity, have instead embarked on a personal power struggle that has brought their people to the verge of catastrophe,” Pillay told reporters in Juba. “The deadly mix of recrimination, hate speech, and revenge killings that has developed relentlessly…