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According to authorities, the man "made contact with Israelis through his Facebook page, and he clicked 'like' on the Mossad's Facebook page."
The South Sudan government on Friday intercepted thousands of protestors in the Western Bahr el Ghazal state capital of Wau, who were intending to storm the UN base.
The International Rescue Committee says early rains in South Sudan have created catastrophic conditions for thousands of displaced people.
South Sudan's rebels on Saturday criticized plans by east Africa's regional bloc to deploy troops to South Sudan, questioning its neutrality.
Over 70,000 South Sudanese are registered in Uganda as asylum seekers according to office of Ugandan prime minister, with the vast majority believed to have fled the devastating conflict that began in Juba in mid-December and has spread to other parts of the world's youngest nation.
From photographer Daniella Zalcman comes an incredible photo series that documents some of the most prominent activists living and working in Uganda.
Sealed packets containing invitations calling citizens to take part in the referendum on the status of Crimea, in Constutuency No.8 of Simferopol's Kievsky District.
Even before the latest burst of violence, acute malnutrition rates in parts of northern Rakhine state, Myanmar, reached 23 percent, above the 15 percent emergency level set by the WHO.
In the wake of renewed violence in the contested Abyei region that lies between Sudan and South Sudan, a new Enough Project policy alert warns that intercommunal attacks with unclear degrees of state support are risking a conflagration within Abyei that threatens to drag both countries back into conflict.
Omaha South High School Principal Cara Riggs, right, and University of Nebraska at Omaha Chancellor John Christensen present a new framed high school diploma to Nyajuok Pal.
Luisa Mancini is an ICRC surgeon working in South Sudan. In this short video, she explains that people delay seeking treatment because they fear for their safety.
Last week, South Sudanese Information Minister Michael Makuei warned reporters in the capital, Juba, not to interview the opposition or face possible arrest or expulsion from the country.
Africa has had bad publicity, what of the wars and conflicts in South Sudan, Somalia, the Central African Republic, Mali and Darfur in Sudan, the Boko Haram massacres in Nigeria, the endemic chaos in DRC and Libya and the persisting conditions of instability in Egypt and Tunisia.
Two leaders from the main rebel alliance opposing Sudan's president and 15 members of their group were sentenced to death in absentia on Thursday, their lawyer said, a move that will raise the stakes in fighting in southern regions.
Sudan and South Sudan are unlikely to go to war again, but the situation in South Sudan has significantly worsened in recent months due to the onset of civil war, Princeton Lyman said in a lecture Thursday evening.