After years of devastating civil war and broken peace deals, South Sudan is at a crossroads again. While many displaced refugees are still afraid to return home, others see big reasons for hope.
Armed men raided a hotel in the capital city of Juba in 2016. A military court handed them prison sentences and ordered the government to pay rape victims a sum that their lawyer called "an insult."
An Ethiopian official said "bandits" who crossed over the border from South Sudan were responsible, and said Ethiopian troops are pursuing the attackers.