- Pay dispute, sounds of war rattle S. Sudan capital Updated: Mar-05-14 9:58 am
- Osaka to host all-star concert on Int'l Jazz Day Updated: Mar-04-14 3:00 am
- Scenes of death in South Sudan: 'No humanity here' Updated: Feb-27-14 10:48 am
- 50,000 Somali kids at risk: UN, gov't ask for help Updated: Feb-25-14 8:28 am
- Thousands of kids lost parents in S Sudan fighting Updated: Feb-22-14 8:20 am
- UN says civilians targeted in South Sudan violence Updated: Feb-21-14 9:18 pm
- 150 treated for gunshot wounds in South Sudan Updated: Feb-21-14 10:38 am
- UN trapped inside base due to South Sudan fighting Updated: Feb-19-14 9:47 am
- 20 S Sudan soldiers charged for killing civilians Updated: Feb-17-14 2:29 pm
- S. Sudan political detainees a 3rd group at talks Updated: Feb-13-14 11:06 am
- What cease-fire? South Sudan violence persists Updated: Feb-12-14 9:50 am
- Top UN official warns of famine in South Sudan Updated: Feb-11-14 7:39 am
JUBA, South Sudan - The sounds of war rattled the capital of South Sudan on Wednesday after violence broke out inside the military over a pay dispute, and five soldiers were killed, officials said.
NEW YORK - Herbie Hancock reckons he's performed more often in Japan than in his hometown of Chicago during his professional career. The pianist will be back next month for an all-star concert at Osaka Castle Park highlighting the third annual International Jazz Day.
MALAKAL, South Sudan - House after house has been burned to the ground. Hospital patients have been shot by armed rebels while lying in their beds. Dozens of corpses litter the streets.
MOGADISHU, Somalia - Somalia's 2011 famine is over. Militants have been pushed out of Mogadishu. Political progress is being made. And yet the U.N. and Somali government are pleading with international donors to help a country they say is still in crisis.
MINKAMAN, South Sudan - When the shooting began, Ajing Abiik and his two younger brothers ran for their lives. The shy 12-year-old with the serious expression is now among 90,000 people in one of South Sudan's largest camps of people who have been displaced since war broke out in December.
UNITED NATIONS - Civilians in South Sudan have been the main target of recent ethnic violence that likely killed thousands and subjected thousands more to rape, arbitrary arrest, torture and the looting and burning of their homes, the United Nations said Friday in its first report on human rights abuses during the conflict.
JUBA, South Sudan - South Sudan's government said Friday that rebel fighters are in control of the capital of an oil-rich state that has seen several days of heavy fighting.
JUBA, South Sudan - Fighting between South Sudan's army and rebels in the capital of one of its oil-rich states is forcing U.N. personnel to remain inside a base where more than 20,000 frightened residents are seeking refuge, officials said Wednesday.
JUBA, South Sudan - More than 20 South Sudanese soldiers have been charged with murdering civilians, a South Sudanese military official said Monday.
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia - Political prisoners taken into custody shortly after massive violence broke out in South Sudan say they want to take a seat at peace talks as an independent, third group.
JUBA, South Sudan - Cluster bombs. Rebel forces advancing on a major city. Accusations of continuing attacks. The cease-fire in South Sudan appears to not be holding.
JUBA, South Sudan - The top United Nations aid official in South Sudan is warning of a potential famine if residents aren't able to plant and harvest crops.