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Rebel forces have also been accused of carrying out atrocities, including rape, killings and the recruitment of armies of child soldiers.
There was no immediate response from the army, who has previously dismissed allegations of rights abuses.
A passenger jet crash-landed at an airport in South Sudan's north-western city of Wau on Monday, leaving at least 14 people injured, a local official said.
As many as 45 people were on board the small South Supreme Airlines plane when it split in two at about 3pm local time.
There is no immediate reason as to why the plane crashed, but an engineer at Wau airport suggested that the weather was 'not good' at the time of the incident. Visibility was not good up to now and (the plane) was landing from the east to west then it just crashed (off) the runway.
Their ages ranged between 20 and 62 with a mean age of 46 years.Meanwhile, an aid worker near the scene told Reuters: 'No one died but there are a number of injured people right now.' At least 14 of the 40 passengers and five crew members were injured during the crash landing.'Right now we have the ambulance which has just come out from the airport and we have received 14 patients being rushed to hospital in stable condition,' said State Information Minister Bona Gaudensio.UNMISS chief Ellen Margrethe Loej called for “unfettered access” to investigate the reported crimes.“Revealing the truth of what happened offers the best hope for ensuring accountability for such terrible violence and ending the cycle of impunity that allows these abuses to continue,” she said.‘Killing, rape, abduction’Civil war began in December 2013 when President Salva Kiir accused his former deputy Riek Machar of planning a coup, setting off a cycle of retaliatory killings that have split the poverty-stricken, landlocked country along ethnic lines.The upsurge in fighting “has not only been marked by allegations of killing, rape, abduction, looting, arson and displacement, but by a new brutality and intensity,” the UN statement added.“The scope and level of cruelty that has characterised the reports suggests a depth of antipathy that exceeds political differences.”The UN children’s agency said in a report earlier this month that warring forces have carried out horrific crimes against children, including castration, rape and tying them together before slitting their throats.