War of words: South Sudan still sniping at UN
The relationship between South Sudan and the United Nations is souring during a critical time of conflict and mass death inside the world's newest country.


After a month of fighting between the government and rebels loyal to former Vice President Riek Machar, the UN suddenly finds itself under verbal attack from South Sudan. The president has accused the top UN representative here of wanting to be co-president, and an Information Ministry spokesman said the UN has no respect for the government. (AP)