Evidence of devastation in the oil city of Malakal puts an already shaky ceasefire in jeopardy.
Murder of sick people in South Sudan potentially drives away medical NGOs
(JUBA, South Sudan) — More than 20 South Sudanese soldiers have been charged with murdering civilians, a South Sudanese military official said Monday.
South Sudanese military spokesman Col. Philip Aguer told reporters on Monday that since mid-December, when fighting broke out in the capital Juba before to spreading across the …
UNICEF calls out government soldiers for pillaging supplies intended for children
1 million could be displaced by June
With a fragile cease fire in place, South Sudanese look at how to salvage their delicate democracy
Government signed a cessation of hostilities with rebel opposition to end fighting within 24 hours
Victims were attempting to flee regional violence
Any sanctions, if approved, aren’t likely to intentionally harm its economy
Nearly a month after fighting erupted in the capital, Juba, pushing nearly 200,000 people from their homes, the political power struggle between loyalists of President Salva Kiir and his ex-deputy Riek Machar rests on a knife’s …
Officials call for international community to continue to provide aid and halt human rights abuses
Violence in South Sudan could threaten crucial oil flows and spill over the border
As warring factions continue to plunge the young country into chaos