Cannibalism, Mutilations Haunt South Sudan’s Mentally Ill

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  • War-torn nation has chronic shortage of mental health services
  • Amnesty International urges treatment, other reparations

South Sudanese who were forced to eat human flesh and disembowel the dead during two years of civil war are among thousands of people affected by the nation’s chronic shortage of mental-health care services, Amnesty International said.

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