President Salva Kiir fired Bank of South Sudan governor and deputy governor in apparent frustration over country’s failing economy
Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi is well-known figure in regional jihadist circles
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Investigators also identified 'systemic problems' that contributed to deaths last October of four US special forces soldiers and four Nigerien soldiers
Lawyer says his client, Noura Hussein, had been forced into marriage by her parents three years ago and had initially fled her husband, refusing to consummate the marriage
Legislators say Uganda being cast aside despite its location in heart of region plagued by immense conflict
At least two people are confirmed to have died of Ebola this month in remote village of northwest DRC, very close to border of the smaller, neighboring Republic of Congo
First group of 132 vulnerable migrants flown out after two-month halt in such evacuations, UN refugee agency says
Witness says many others are still unaccounted for
Four-week strike inconveniences commuters, and there is no end in sight
A ministry spokesman promises independent investigation into MIDROC and says operations will resume if and when 'all stakeholders agree on result of that investigation'
Review could have unintended consequences, warns Ambassador Gordon Buay, South Sudan's charge d'affaires in Washington