Fresh Violence Tempers Hope After South Sudan Peace Deal
Humanitarian workers say they hope the formation of a national unity government in South Sudan under a peace deal last month will ease suffering in the country, but those expectations have been tempered by reports of continuing violence.
A day after President Salva Kiir dissolved the previous government, opposition leader Riek Machar was sworn in as his deputy. It is the third time that bitter foes Machar and Kiir ... Read more »
United Nations investigators are accusing South Sudan's government and opposition forces of deliberately starving their citizens. Commission member Andrew Clapham, says more than ... Read more »