Rebels Release Abducted Aid Workers in South Sudan
The aid staff went missing while driving from Yei to Tore, rebels say they were abducted because they did not consult them before coming to the area.
South Sudanese civilians wait to collect their rations at a United Nations facility in the conflict-ridden country.
South Africa: Red Cross - Abducted South Sudanese Aid Workers Released
VOA, 1 May 2018
Ten aid workers kidnapped by rebel forces in South Sudan last week have been released, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross. Read more »
PR Newswire, 30 April 2018
Ten aid workers who were detained while on an assessment mission near Yei, Central Equatoria, have been freed. The humanitarian workers were held by an armed opposition group in… Read more »
South Sudan: Aid Workers Released Unharmed in South Sudan
Unicef, 30 April 2018
Ten aid workers who had been detained by an armed group since Wednesday 25 April, outside of South Sudan's Yei town were released today. The group returned safely to Juba. They… Read more »