Hundreds killed, 100,000 displaced by clashes between Oromos and Somalis in a largely hidden war.
After Roselyn Akombe left for the U.S. in fear for her life, her boss also said that a fair presidential election could not be guaranteed.
There are now at least 300 dead in the biggest attack in the history of the country’s war against Islamist extremists.
The deadliest attacks in a war with al-Qaeda-linked forces come as the White House expands counterterrorism there.
Salva Kiir shrugs off the possibility that the Trump administration will cut aid.
Authorities said an election rerun will go forward on Oct. 26 even after the main opposition figure pulled out.
The protest move comes amid complaints about the procedures for the Oct. 26 election rerun ordered by the high court.
The U.N. and groups worry the obscure conflict could flare into war and even genocide.
The debate over the legacy of colonialism in Africa rages on.
Raila Odinga denounced Kenya’s electoral commission, which set Oct. 17 as the new voting date after the Supreme Court annulled last month’s election.
To help displaced people in the African nation and outside, the United States has sent $730 million in aid this year.
The high court’s decision was a victory for democracy but could lead to ethnic clashes and hobble growth.
Presidential challenger Odinga called the decision “historic” for the people of Kenya and Africa.
New USAID head Mark Green said the assistance will remain a priority even if Congress slashes development funds.
The U.S. official says the Sudanese government must allow aid workers to reach troubled regions.