Salva Kiir expressed 'deep reservations' about the peace accord and how negotiations around it were handled but did sign the deal at an event in South Sudan's capital Juba attended by the leaders of Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda.
MSF said on Tuesday that Gawar Top Puoy, a logistician, and James Gatluak Gatpieny, a community health worker, were killed in separate attacks in Unity state last week - the aid organisation does not yet know 'the precise circumstances under which these killings took place'.
- President Omar al-Bashir was allowed to leave South Africa on Monday morning despite outstanding warrants issued for his arrest by the ICC over his alleged involvement in war crimes in Darfur.
- President Omar al-Bashir will learn on Monday if South Africa's high court intends to order he be sent to the International Criminal Court in The Hague, where he stands accused of war crimes.
Mr al-Bashir is attending an African Union summit in Johannesburg - it is unclear if the South African government would act on a court order to arrest the president.
The ICC called on South Africa to arrest al-Bashir in a statement issued on Saturday, before he traveled to South Africa, which is a member of the ICC.
IPC report estimates that there are currently 3.8 million people in South Sudan facing 'crisis levels' of food insecurity due to the ongoing conflict in the country and warns that the number could rise to 4.6 million by July.