The aid group Save the Children warns that a cholera outbreak in South Sudan, which has so far killed 60 people, threatens thousands of lives.
South Sudan officially resumes the production of crude oil after a 7-year hiatus. The country's Minister of Petroleum says that production has begun at the Block 5A oil field and that the country is seeking a production of 8,000 barrels per day.
Clashes between armed civilians and soldiers in Tonj, Warrap, South Sudan, during a disarmament exercise leave 127 dead since Saturday, an army spokesman says. A total of 45 of those killed were part of the security forces while the rest were youths from the area.
Ukraine releases the final report into the disaster, which was prepared by South Sudan. The report concludes mistakes by both crew and maintenance, as well as poor weather, combined to cause the crash.