(HRW) – A number of battle-ready pickup trucks, some outfitted with machine guns, roared into the village of Hijer Tunjo, in southeast Darfur, on February 28, 2014. Armed men, members of the Sudanese government’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF), jumped from the vehicles and began beating civilians, looting property, and burning homes. Ibrahim (not his real name), one of the soldiers, had been recruited into the RSF right after high school, at the age of 17. A few months later he was fighting in Darfur.