August 19, 2016

The terrible state in which displaced South Sudanese are living

Families that were displaced in South Sudan’s continued fighting are sheltered in the United Nations Protection of Civilians Site that house over 30,000 displaced people in Wau. © UNICEF/UN027530/Ohanesian
July 30, 2016

Over 100 cases of gang rape reported in South Sudan’s Juba

The United Nations says there have been at least 120 cases of sexual violence and rape against civilians in South Sudan’s capital Juba since fighting broke out three weeks ago between troops loyal to the country’s rival leaders. Heavy fighting involving tanks and helicopters raged in Juba for several days […]
July 15, 2016

Slain South Sudanese reporter’s son born day after he died in Juba

John Gatluak Manguet Nhial, 32, a South Sudanese journalist and radio manager, was killed in the late afternoon of July 11, during the recent violence that erupted in the country’s capital, Juba, a location which has been dealing with embattled press. “Being a journalist in South Sudan is risking one’s […]
July 11, 2016

Violence: UN’s Ban Ki Moon calls for sanction on South Sudan

In this photo taken Sunday, July 10, 2016, black smoke is seen rising above the capital Juba, in South Sudan. South Sudan is the world’s youngest country and were about to break out in a. war just hours before celebrating its 5th anniversary on July 7th. At least 100 people […]
June 23, 2016

Photo News: South Sudan refugee children at play in Ethopia

Play is indeed crucial to overcoming trauma Image: UNICEF