(CNN) -- Order has been restored in South Sudan after fighting that left about 500 people dead, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Wednesday.
Government forces are now in charge of the situation, and flights have resumed at Juba International Airport, the ministry said.
The United Nations, however, is warning that the crisis is not over. Joseph Contreras, U.N. acting spokesman on South Sudan, said, "It is a very, very fluid situation, so I don't think the country is out of the woods yet."
It would seem that South Sudan is in a very fragile situation. Let us keep them in our prayers so that the violence and unrest will cease immediately.
That said, isn't South Sudan a nation where Al Qaeda has a stronghold?