A United Nations report revealed Sudan's air forces recently dropped six bombs inside the independent nation of South Sudan. One man died in the bombing.
Sudan's military has been carrying out raids against villages in the border area near South Sudan for months. Entire villages have been razed and civilians killed in the attacks.
To escape, tens of thousands of residents are fleeing to the south.
Earlier this year, border disputes brought the two nations to the brink of war. The fear of death is reminiscent of the 20-year civil war that killed more than 2 million people remains.
Faith McDonnell, religious liberty director for the Institute on Religion and Democracy, described the violence against those in South Sudan as genocide.
CBN News spoke with her about what can be done to stop the attacks, and more. Click play to watch her comments, on CBN Newswatch, July 24.