World | Reuters | Friday January 24, 2014
South Sudan's government and rebels signed a ceasefire on Thursday to end more than five weeks of fighting that divided Africa's newest nation and brought it to the brink of civil war.
World | Associated Press | Sunday January 12, 2014
The death tolls are huge and the individual incidents gruesome.
World | Associated Press | Saturday January 4, 2014
An African official who is working to organize peace talks between warring parties in South Sudan says that direct talks between the sides have been delayed.
World | Associated Press | Friday January 3, 2014
Phillip Madol once studied in America as one of Sudan's "Lost Boys" who fled bloodshed and famine.
World | Associated Press | Wednesday January 1, 2014
The World Health Organization is warning of a looming risk of disease outbreaks in South Sudan, where violence has displaced more than 190,000 people since mid-December.
Monday December 30, 2013
Escalating violence in South Sudan in the past two weeks is threatening to cut the country's crude output further, adding to supply outages in Libya, where production is running at a mere 250,000 barrels per day (bpd).
World | Agence France-Presse | Sunday December 29, 2013
International efforts to bring peace to strife-torn South Sudan appeared at an impasse on Sunday.
Friday December 27, 2013
Escalating violence in South Sudan threatened to further reduce the country's crude output, adding to supply cuts from Libya. U.S. gasoline and heating oil futures hit three-month highs on Thursday as strikes at two French refineries persist.
Thursday December 26, 2013
ONGC Videsh Ltd, the overseas arm of state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), said on Thursday that it has temporarily shut down its oilfields in South Sudan following escalation of violence in the world's youngest nation.
World | Associated Press | Thursday December 26, 2013
The United Nations humanitarian office says aid agencies need $166 million to save lives amid continuing violence in South Sudan.
World | Reuters | Wednesday December 25, 2013
The UN Security Council approved plans on Tuesday to almost double the number of peacekeepers in South Sudan.
World | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday December 25, 2013
Thousands of South Sudanese have been killed in over a week of violence, the top United Nations humanitarian chief in the country said on Tuesday.
World | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday December 24, 2013
A survivor recounts how he survived what he says was a brutal massacre carried out by government forces.
World | Reuters | Tuesday December 24, 2013
The US military on Monday deployed about 150 Marines to a base in the Horn of Africa to prepare for possible further evacuations.
India | Press Trust of India | Monday December 23, 2013
India today evacuated all its oil employees from strife-torn South Sudan and shut down oilfields amid escalating violence in the world's youngest nation.
Monday December 23, 2013
India evacuated all its oil employees from strife-torn South Sudan on Monday and shut down oilfields amid escalating violence in the world's youngest nation. All 11 executives working on the 40,000 barrels-per-day Greater Nile Oil Project and Block 5...
World | Associated Press | Saturday December 21, 2013
Rebel fire hit two US military aircraft responding to the outbreak in violence in South Sudan on Saturday.
India | Associated Press | Friday December 20, 2013
Less than three years after its creation, the world's newest country is beginning to fracture along ethnic lines in violence that has killed hundreds of people, including three U.N. peacekeepers.
World | Associated Press | Thursday December 19, 2013
At least 500 people, most of them soldiers, have been killed in South Sudan since Sunday, a senior government official said, as an ethnic rivalry threatened to tear apart the world's newest country.
World | Reuters | Wednesday December 18, 2013
The United Nations received reports from local sources in South Sudan on Tuesday that between 400 and 500 people had been killed and up to 800 wounded in the latest violence