(AP) – South Sudan’s president and a rebel leader both merit sanctions because their troops have targeted civilians and broken international law, a U.N. panel of experts says in a new report obtained by The Associated Press. The report also calls for an arms embargo on the oil-rich but economically devastated country where the U.N. says tens of thousands have been killed since fighting broke out in December 2013. The panel of experts found that despite a peace deal signed by President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar in August, human rights violations, including torture, sexual violence, extrajudicial killings and the recruitment of child soldiers, have continued “unabated and with full impunity.”