US, UK, Norway will support high-level revitalization forum on South Sudan’s 2015 peace agreement, set to get underway in about two weeks in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
US targeted three government figures accused of undermining peace
State authorities deployed police and soldiers to prevent more violence from erupting
Nation's spokesperson says recall is part of 'normal process' that all ambassadors undergo, and is unrelated to ongoing economic crisis
Angelo Bensencio Mangu was arrested without charge and has been held for two weeks
The Lol state governor and his entire cabinet fled the area as government troops fought the rebels, according to SPLM-IO secretary-general
Eyewitnesses say suspected government soldiers kill unarmed civilians and burn houses in Wau town
Salva Kiir calls on gunmen in Yei to lay down arms and join national dialogue
PeaceTech Lab surveys impact of hate speech and how social media platforms are used to incite hatred
Renewed fighting flares up in three South Sudan locations, leaving at 20 dead
United Nations Mine Action Service has found about 150 new explosive hazards each month in South Sudan since conflict there began in December 2013
Ban Ki-moon fired Lt. Gen. Johnson Mogoa Kimani Ondieki of Kenya following UN report that concluded peacekeeping force failed to protect civilians, aid workers
Spokesman for president calls report accusing Kiir and Machar of using war to amass wealth 'nonsensical' and 'rubbish'
More than 300 Kenya Commercial Bank employees are demanding sixfold pay increase to cover soaring cost of living; strike catches customers off guard
At least a dozen social media accounts have been set up under South Sudanese President Salva Kiir's name, but his spokesman says all of them are fake.
The plane, carrying 96 peacekeepers from the U.N. Interim Security Force in Abyei (UNISFA) and four crewmembers was shot at as it came in to land at Kadugli airport.
Victims of the attack in Western Bahr el Ghazal state were shot, then slashed with machetes, before their bodies were set on fire, witnesses and medical staff say.
Both sides blame the other for starting the latest fighting, as the conflict in South Sudan goes into a second year.
A spokesman for the SPLA denies rebel accusations that government forces and local militias attacked several towns in Upper Nile and northern Jonglei states.
Advocacy group Global Witness says in a report that a deal is being negotiated behind closed doors between a Spanish oil company and the government of South Sudan.