A decade after becoming world’s youngest nation, South Sudan is mired in instability, faced with humanitarian crisis.
Sam Mednick is a Canadian freelance journalist in Burkina Faso. She previously reported from South Sudan.
Months-long investigation uncovers allegations of corruption and reports that the government was bullying aid workers.
Raped, ostracised and forced to give up their children – how incest is tearing families apart in Burkina Faso.
Desperate families in the Sahelian country are plagued by a double burden that has left many displaced and destitute.
As armed attacks continue in the Sahel, two sisters share their family’s ordeal of kidnapping, death and survival.
Delayed creation of unity gov’t hailed as major step but lingering concerns over outstanding issues dampen expectations.
More than 147,000 Sudanese, mostly from the Blue Nile region, live in South Sudan’s northern town of Maban.