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South Sudanese Chief Negotiator Pagan Amum charged that Sudan was orchestrating fresh attacks against its southern neighbor. The Sudan People's Liberation Army, he said, shot down a MiG-29 jet fighter in South Sudan's Unity state. The hostilities put
Akec Tut is among 110,000 civilians who fled Abyei when the contested region on the border between Sudan and South Sudan was occupied by Khartoum's troops in May 2011. Too scared to return home with her five children, Tut has since been living about
Kenya (AP) — A South Sudan official said Monday that Sudan is bombing oil-rich regions of South Sudan in order to scare away American and Chinese investors. South Sudan government spokesman Barnaba Marial Benjamin said Sudan is
Senior officials from Sudan and South Sudan met Monday for the first face-to-face talks since heavy fighting between their armies broke out last week in disputed oil-rich border regions. As senior envoys met in Ethiopia, US President Barack Obama
If recent large scale clashes between South Sudan and Sudan trigger a return to war, it would cause loses of $100 billion to the region in addition to incalculable human costs, a coalition of African and Arab civil society organisations have warned.
Khartoum, signs of a breakthrough in the negotiations between Sudan and South Sudan were evident. Al-Bashir agreed to visit Juba to finalize the agreement, and the war-mongering voices were livid but resigned to the fact that the curse of peace was
South Sudan on Sunday blamed Khartoum for postponing a joint meeting scheduled to have taken place 22-23 March regarding the disputed territory of Abyei, a senior official said on Sunday. Luka Biong August 4, 2011 (Credit: Jonathan Hutson, Enough
Driving north across the border from South Sudan into the warring Sudanese state of South Kordofan, the landscape abruptly changes from the swamps and seasonal grasslands into the fertile foothills of the Nuba Mountains, rising gently from the plains.
The speaker of Sudan's National Assembly, Ahmad Ibrahim Al-Tahir, has accused journalists who contact rebel leaders of committing high-treason, stressing the need to bar publishing of rebels' viewpoints in local newspapers...Ra'y al-Sha'b newspaper
Insurgents in one of Sudan's conflict-torn border regions said they shot down a government drone doing reconnaissance in rebel-held territory on Tuesday, but the army said the aircraft crashed because of a technical failure. The Sudanese