Coalition of nine opposition groups walks out of second round of revitalization talks in Addis Ababa after South Sudan's government refuses to sign declaration of principles
Health ministry, WHO say 18-month outbreak killed 436 people
Beatings by pro-government attackers occur during protest against US arms restrictions
US, Britain and Norway say deployment of child soldiers with militia group Mathiang Anyoor in Yei area 'is the responsibility of SPLA government forces'
ACTED director in South Sudan admits IDPs have legitimate concerns after last week’s violent protest during Ambassador Haley visit
Residents of displaced persons camp voice disappointment after visit by US envoy Nikki Haley was cut short Wednesday
The DRC was due to have elections in 2016, but none took place and Kabila has refused to step down
South Sudan government denies Christopher Allen was targeted, extends condolences to his family
Calling on President Kiir to do more, MSF chief said the destruction occurred over the last year and a half
State of emergency is declared in President Kiir's home state and in 3 other parts of country
President Salva Kiir fired 14 judges, but strike goes on for better pay and working conditions, as well as the removal of Chief Justice Chan Reec Madut from the bench
South Sudan President Kiir is no longer 'patron' of national dialogue aimed at uniting country
Minister says Khartoum does not want to complicate US-Sudanese relations
The first wave of UN-mandated regional protection force arrives in Juba
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir warns South Sudan against harboring Sudanese rebels
National officials link Wau violence to rebels seeking to set up Islamic movement; not true, Wau's shadow governor says
Wau residents and church leaders accuse army of killing civilians during weekend violence; SPLA military spokesman denies allegations
Even as the two sides adopted the peace deal at separate meetings, fighting continued in Upper Nile state, where most of South Sudan's oil is produced.
Presidential spokesman Ateny Wek Ateny says the ceasefire will allow humanitarian aid workers to once again reach millions of people in need, but only if Riek Machar's rebel group also agrees to cease hostilities.
Human Rights Watch says telephone interviews with North Darfur village residents indicate that Sudanese forces committed mass rapes, but the government denies charges.