Unprecedented rainfall has displaced hundreds of thousands, and led experts to warn of potential food shortages.
A warlord may be a mother’s only hope to find her missing children in South Sudan.
A second case in the Congolese border city Goma is raising fears the outbreak will spread into Rwanda.
“We’re not going to stop. If Juba thinks that without bullets we’re not going to be able to protect ourselves and our people they’re wrong,” rebel leader Thomas Cirillo told VICE News.
“This barbaric use of technology is reminiscent of latter-day slave markets.”
“We stand with the victims of all these crimes.”
“There’s an urgent need to empower refugee girls socially and economically. It’s through education that they can achieve transformation at a personal level and that will also benefit the country of their origin.”
“Like a hyena calling a conference to discuss the protection of injured gazelles.”
South Sudan has been in near-constant turmoil since its inception, but one thing that brings people of warring tribes together is wrestling.