Wade's impending return has heightened tensions in one of Africa's most stable democracy
Sanogo charged to a more serious charge of conspiracy to murder which carries the death penalty in the West African nation
The violence in the central African state, the size of France, has mainly pitted Kiir's Dinka people against Machar's Nuer. Thousands have been killed and more than one million people uprooted from their homes.
"Egypt should come on board instead of making unnecessary noise," Ethiopia president Hailemariam Desalegn said.
The Al-Shabaab group has killed two lawmakers and has threatened to target more.
“We are expanding our presence on the ground,” UN's Nicholas Kay said. “As we speak, we have more UN people and more UN agencies present in Mogadishu and elsewhere in Somalia.”
South Sudan has been shaken by violence since last December, when Kiir accused sacked vice-president Riek Machar of trying to overthrow his regime.
It was the first attempt to blacklist anyone linked to the conflict since a U.N. sanctions regime was set up in December
Thousands of people have been killed and tens of thousands have sought refuge at U.N. bases around South Sudan after the violence spread across the country.
South Africa will celebrate 20 years since the end of apartheid on Sunday but Tutu said the ANC under President Jacob Zuma had "failed to fill the shoes" of Mandela and his colleagues
Ban Ki-moon has called for the U.N. mission in the North African territory to monitor and report on human rights abuses, but Morocco, backed by France, rejects the idea
Police with batons and plastic shields jostled with Wade's supporters as they pushed them back from the airport, making several arrests.
Police officers had earlier stopped the saloon car at traffic lights and were taking the occupants for questioning when the bomb exploded, the ministry said.
Al-Shabaab has used Ayn as a launch pad for attacks on allied forces in Baldwin, capital of the south-central Hiran region.
Carriages flipped off the track in the accident near Likasi, a mining town between Lubumbashi and Kolwezi in the copper and cobalt-rich southeast
Candido Van-Dunem, who had held the post since 2010, will be replaced by Joao Lourenco, a former secretary-general of the MPLA ruling party
About 22,000 people took refuge in the U.N. base in Bentiu, the capital of the oil producing Unity State, after the killings
The motive for the attack remains unclear.
China has played an unusually active diplomatic role in South Sudan and is the biggest investor in its oil industry.
The legacy of former dictatorial regime has affected current economic challenges that the country faces.
While the government says it wants to discuss the situation in Blue Nile and South Kordofan states, both epicenters of the SPLM-N's ongoing insurgency, the rebel group wants talks to include other issues as well.