Corruption Fuels Famine in South Sudan
Christianity on Trial
Pastors Face Death for Spreading Gospel
Meanwhile, Where No One’s Looking…
Stopping the Next Genocide
About 6,800 miles east of Trump Tower, a genuine crisis may be exploding into genocide. We have the power to stop it. But what about the will?
REIGN OF TERROR
U.S. Kept Quiet After Americans Attacked
Soldiers in South Sudan singled out American aid workers amid an orgy of theft and gang rapes last month. The UN didn’t stop them, and the U.S. said nothing.
Gang-Raped Under UN ‘Protection’
The United Nations is supposed to be sheltering civilians in South Sudan. But with the civil war set to resume, government soldiers victimize women every day.
South Sudan’s Out-of-Control Civil War
The new fighting is tearing the young country apart. Yet the leaders of the two factions—the president and vice president—say they’re powerless to stop it.
Mandela or Mobutu Moment in South Sudan?
South Sudan, Africa’s newest country, is facing one of those consequential moments that will impact millions of lives.
Ex-Bodyguards Now Hunting Kony
They were abducted as children and forced to protect a monster. Then one day, they turned on their master.
Sudan’s Police Use Rape as a Weapon
Numerous female human-rights workers have reported beatings, interrogations and violent sexual assaults at the hands of authorities because of their activism.