PHOTO: Muhammad Abu Khdeir, 16, kidnapped and murdered by #Zionists in #Jerusalem 2 July. #WorldNews

Mohammed Abu Khdeir -- a Palestinian teen abducted and killed Wednesday in Jerusalem -- was recalled fondly as a good young man with so much ahead of him.

South Sudan: Grandma Abuk's Children

South Grandma Abuk's Children - Years of violence and bloodshed in South Sudan robbed Abuk of her seven children. When fighting returned last year, the old lady fled anew with her grandchildren, hampered by deteriorating eyesight.

"War economy" in South Sudan

South Sudan has what many business people describe as a "war economy"; people there are struggling to keep their companies afloat as a result of the brutal c.

"War economy" in South Sudan

South Sudan has what many business people describe as a "war economy"; people there are struggling to keep their companies afloat as a result of the brutal c.

Opposing Harm: Terre des hommes' Emergency Response in South Sudan

Opposing Harm: Terre des hommes' Emergency Response in South Sudan

PHOTO: Refugee kids in UN base in Malakal, Upper Nile State of #SouthSudan May 30. #SouthSudanCivilWar

South Sudan, civil war--an explosion of violence, Wall Street Journal, June

UNHCR warns of overcrowding amid worsening South Sudan displacement

UNHCR warns of overcrowding amid worsening South Sudan displacement

South Sudan: Peace Update

In August 2015 South Sudan leaders signed a peace agreement to end a conflict that has ravaged the world’s newest nation for nearly two years.

S. Sudan rebel leader accuses army of breaking ceasefire

Sudan rebel leader accuses army of breaking ceasefire

South Sudan: Four Years On from Independence

In 2011 the people of South Sudan celebrated their independence. Four years later, the world’s newest nation is one of the world’s worst humanitarian situati.

South Sudan: No Home To Return To

Philip and his family fled from their home in the South Sudan town of Bor last December and found shelter in the capital, Juba. Recently they decided to retu.

Julie Francis's self-imposed curfew starts when the sun sets. The widowed mother of four has been living at the UN base outside Malakal since December, one of more than 17,000 people who have fled there to escape episodic fighting in South Sudan's Upper Nile State capital. But the overcrowded camp is not without its own dangers, especially for women and girls.

Women fearful in South Sudan camps

South Sudan: Women fearful in South Sudan camps

How South Sudan's Conflict Has Led To A Food Crisis (AJ+ Asks)

South Sudan is on the brink of catastrophe.

South Sudan's Displaced: South Sudan's displaced living in cemeteries

South Sudan's Displaced: South Sudan's displaced living in cemeteries

South Sudan's president finally signs delayed peace deal

South Sudan's president has finally signed a peace deal to end a conflict with rebels. President Salva Kiir had been threatened with UN sanctions if.

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