UN bases shelled as South Sudan plunges back into chaos
Clashes between the forces of Sudan's president and the former rebel leader who became vice president under a deal that ended a two-year civil war have killed hundreds of people since they broke out in the capital Juba four days ago.
South Sudan Rebel Leader Riek Machar Sworn in as Vice President After Two Years of War
The development is a necessary step in the reconciliation that may end two and a half years of war, but it comes amid a precarious, oft-broken ceasefire and a humanitarian disaster.
Ethiopia Is Carrying Out a Cross-Border Raid to Rescue 108 Abducted Children
Ethiopian media is reporting the military has located the scores of children abducted by South Sudanese gunmen during a cross-border cattle raid last week, and is in the process of rescuing them.
We're Waiting With 245 South Sudanese Rebels Whose Homecoming Is Not Going to Plan
South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar was supposed to return to the capital Juba on Monday to be sworn in as vice president. Three days later his men are still stuck at an Ethiopian airport.
Ethiopian Death Toll Rises After Gunmen Abduct 100 Children and 2,000 Livestock
The attack took place on Friday with authorities saying gunmen from South Sudan attacked the area leaving more than 200 dead in the Horn of Africa nation's Gambela region.