South Sudan Slides Closer to War as Gunfire Rumbles in Its Capital

Two United Nations peacekeepers were killed, and worries grew about the fate of civilians trapped in crowded displaced persons camps.


South Sudan’s Capital Is Hit With a New Wave of Violence

Fighting between army factions loyal to the president and vice president spread through Juba, the capital, after a short and uneasy calm on Saturday.


New Wave of Violence Ripples Through South Sudan’s Capital

Fighting between army factions loyal to the president and vice president spread through Juba, the capital, after a short and uneasy calm on Saturday.


Violence Resumes in South Sudan’s Capital

Fighting between army factions loyal to the president and vice president began on Thursday, leaving at least 150 people dead.