Peacekeepers will have ability to use force to protect civilians and UN staff
During the attack 'civilians were subjected to and witnessed gross human rights violations, including murder, intimidation, sexual violence and acts amounting to torture'
Report details overseas properties and wealth amassed by leaders of war-torn country
The UN is facing serious questions over its failure to protect foreign aid workers in Juba
Humanitarian crisis now looms as residents surface from shelters
Concerns over fragile peace deal as conflict between rival troops forces hundreds fleeing their homes
'South Sudan today marked the most horrifying Independence Day in the world'
'We would prefer to use the money for resolving our problems in the economy'
Turabi later remade himself as a mainstream politician
UN officials say the conflict erupted between members of the Shilluk and Dinka ethnic groups
In part three of James Cusick's special reports on South Sudan, he explains how the country is on the verge of going bust - but not everyone is suffering
South Sudan will be on life support and suicide watch for the foreseeable future
The border was closed in 2011 when relations deteriorated after the south seceded following a long civil war
Children all over the world are suffering as a result of the cruelty and inhumanity of adults
A long-running ethnic conflict, both within and between Sudan and South Sudan has displaced almost 2.8 million people internally, while Egypt has taken in at least 267,000 refugees and asylum seekers who face widespread prejudice
A crew member and child on board the aircraft are believed to have survived the crash