Thousands dead in South Sudan violence, UN says
UN says Thousands of people must have been killed in the past week of violence in South Sudan.
The UN Security Council yesterday voted unanimously to almost double the number of peacekeepers to 12 thousand 500.
Earlier President Salva Kiir said his forces had recaptured the key town of Bor days after it was seized by rebels.
The UN also said that it had reports of at least three mass graves.