Nation & World

February 26, 2014 4:51 PM

Some in GOP think George W. Bush should mediate South Sudan conflict

Salva Kiir, the president of South Sudan, spent decades in the bush of Central Africa outfitted in dusty army fatigues and an army beret. Since becoming president in 2011, however, the rebel leader-turned politician is rarely seen without his black cowboy hat. It signals his ascent to statesmanship. But more importantly, it’s a cherished gift from an old friend – George W. Bush.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Gulfport Fire Department accused of not hiring man with dreadlocks 02:26

Gulfport Fire Department accused of not hiring man with dreadlocks

Laremy Tunsil's gas mask bong video 00:36

Laremy Tunsil's gas mask bong video

Video: Local mother of stillborn donates device for grieving parents 01:41

Video: Local mother of stillborn donates device for grieving parents

A love story for the ages 01:25

A love story for the ages

Don't let a text wreck your life 01:01

Don't let a text wreck your life

105 year old Fort Worth woman to throw first pitch 02:03

105 year old Fort Worth woman to throw first pitch

5 things to know: California's condoms in porn initiative 02:10

5 things to know: California's condoms in porn initiative

Human trafficking victim undergoes painful tattoo removal as part of Fresno program 01:23

Human trafficking victim undergoes painful tattoo removal as part of Fresno program

Memorial service for Kholodenko sisters 00:40

Memorial service for Kholodenko sisters

Alex Arrieta's battle with leukemia 01:21

Alex Arrieta's battle with leukemia

Share Video

Nation & World Videos