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
UNICEF calls out government soldiers for pillaging supplies intended for children
1 million could be displaced by June
Government signed a cessation of hostilities with rebel opposition to end fighting within 24 hours
Officials call for international community to continue to provide aid and halt human rights abuses
Negotiations with rebels scheduled to begin Sunday
As warring factions continue to plunge the young country into chaos
Two years after an optimistic beginning, South Sudan’s bickering leadership has let down a new nation brimming with hope
Regional fighting has already left more than 1,000 people dead, according to the UN.
Former Vice President Riek Machar denied both sides had agreed to stop fighting
The regional bloc says it has South Sudan’s assurances that it will end hostilities, but violence across the country persists