A year after the birth of South Sudan, gun culture persists. The result? Ongoing violence in a country attempting to build a foundation of peace.
Inside the high-profile campaign by Washington politicians, NGO do-gooders, and celebrities to create an independent South Sudan--whether it's a disaster or not.
In a series of dispatches Alan Boswell looks beyond the simplistic narrative that features Khartoum as an evil aggressive state and South Sudan as the morally superior victim.
Images of vulnerability. Photographer Cédric Gerbehaye documents the fragile situation unfolding in South Sudan as the newly independent state nears its one-year anniversary.
Pulitzer Center grantee Trevor Snapp sits down for an interview with French photography website, Photographie.com, to talk about his reporting project in South Sudan.
Pulitzer Center grantee Cédric Gerbehaye's photographs were featured in De Standaard, a Flemish daily newspaper published in Belgium.
Pulitzer Center grantee Cédric Gerbehaye's photographs were featured in De Volkskrant, a daily newspaper published in the Netherlands.
South Sudan may be a new country, but it's fighting the same old war.
As Sudan's army fights rebels in South Kordofan, an estimated 1 million civilians suffer daily from air strikes. The situation is becoming a humanitarian crisis to equal Darfur.
A refugee camp in South Sudan overflows with orphans fleeing bombs and starvation.
Ugandan soldiers have been plodding through the jungle in the Central African Republic, hunting for LRA leader Joseph Kony who is charged with crimes against humanity across four African countries.
At least 100,000 refugees from fighting in the South Kordofan and Blue Nile regions of Sudan are at risk, desperately short of food in makeshift refugee camps along the border with South Sudan.