Meriam Yahya Ibrahim, 27, was sentenced to death for marrying a Christian and refusing to convert to Islam
The death sentence for a pregnant Sudanese woman who refuses to renounce her Christian faith shows that the government's depravity extends far beyond religion...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Treasury Department says the U.S. is issuing sanctions against individuals on both sides of the deadly conflict in South Sudan. Treasury...
A United Nations report found "reasonable grounds to believe" that both rebels and the government committed crimes against humanity, including widespread rape...
Murder of sick people in South Sudan potentially drives away medical NGOs
1 million could be displaced by June
With a fragile cease fire in place, South Sudanese look at how to salvage their delicate democracy
Government is due to sign cessation of hostilities with rebel opposition
Victims were attempting to flee regional violence
Officials call for international community to continue to provide aid and halt human rights abuses
Violence in South Sudan could threaten crucial oil flows and spill over the border
Any sanctions, if approved, aren't likely to intentionally harm its economy
As warring factions continue to plunge the young country into chaos
(JUBA, South Sudan) — A South Sudanese military official says fighting erupted Tuesday morning in Bor, the contested capital of Jonglei state, as rebel forces...
Regional fighting has already left more than 1,000 people dead, according to the UN.
The regional bloc says it has South Sudan's assurances that it will end hostilities, but violence across the country persists
In July 2011, U.S. President Barack Obama welcomed the birth of South Sudan, a nation that emerged free of its northern neighbor after decades of war and...
Former Vice President Riek Machar denied both sides had agreed to stop fighting
Demands release of political prisoners in return for peace talks to end 9-day conflict
Bodies are likely from army loyal to President Salva Kiir, U.N. Says