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Sudanese Militants Kill Two, Kidnap Three at Oil Field
4/19/2014 - Armed militants killed two security staff and kidnapped a Chinese, an Algerian and a Sudanese worker in an attack on an oil field in Sudan's West Kordofan state, army spokesman Al-Sawarmi Khalid Sa'ad...
Sudan Won't Form Joint Force to Guard South Sudan's Oil
1/9/2014 - Sudan's army said that it has no intention of forming a joint force to help South Sudan protect its oil-producing regions and restore output that has been hit by violence between government forces and...
Khartoum, Juba Deny Deployment of Joint Force to Protect Oil Fields
1/7/2014 - Sudanese and South Sudanese governments denied reports that presidents Omer Al-Bashir and Salva Kiir a struck a security deal to deploy joint forces to protect oil areas in South Sudan. Sudanese forei...
Khartoum Hopes S. Sudan Unrest Won't Spread to Oil Regions
12/18/2013 - Sudan hopes calm will return to South Sudan to avoid any spillover of ethnic conflict to oil-rich areas along their border, a Sudanese cabinet minister said after what the Juba government says was an ...
Border Crossing to Sudan's Heglig Oil Field to Reopen
4/19/2013 - Clashes over a disputed oil-producing border region edged South Sudan and Sudan ever closer to full-blown war. Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir, in a rousing speech, told thousands of supporter...
Sudan's Bashir Pledges Peace in 1st South Sudan Visit
Sudan's Bashir Pledges Peace in 1st South Sudan Visit 4/12/2013 - Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir said he wanted peace and normal relations with South Sudan in his first visit there since it split off from his country in 2011 after decades of civil war. The...
Sudan's Bashir Orders Release of All Political Prisoners
4/1/2013 - Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir ordered the release of all political prisoners, a move cautiously welcomed by the opposition in the tightly-controlled African country. The announcement comes a...
Bashir to Make First Visit to South Sudan since Split
3/30/2013 - Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir will visit his long-time foe South Sudan for the first time since its independence next week, an official said, cementing new deals on oil and border security b...
Sudan and South Sudan Border Talks Get Nowhere
1/19/2013 - Sudan and South Sudan failed to agree on how to withdraw armies from their disputed border after a round of talks in Ethiopia, delaying again the resumption of crucial oil exports. ...
Sudan, South Sudan Presidents Meet as Tensions Simmer
1/5/2013 - The rival leaders of Sudan and South Sudan arrived for face-to-face talks in Addis Ababa late Friday to push for progress on stalled economic, oil and security deals, officials said. South Sudan's Pre...
Sudan and South Sudan to Set Up Buffer Zone
Sudan and South Sudan to Set Up Buffer Zone 1/5/2013 - The presidents of Sudan and South Sudan agreed to set up a demilitarised zone along their disputed border, a condition for restarting oil exports, an African Union mediator said, without giving a time...
Sudan, South Sudan Accuse Each Other of Border Attacks
12/27/2012 - Sudan and South Sudan accused each other of incursions into disputed border areas, in a new setback to plans to secure their volatile boundary and resume cross-border oil flows. The accusations come a...
Sudan and S.Sudan to Discuss Rebel Support next Month
12/19/2012 - Sudan and South Sudan will tackle the sensitive issue of support for rebel groups for the first time when they resume security talks next month, Sudan's defence minister said. The former civil war foe...
Sudan Set to Resume Security Talks with South Sudan
12/16/2012 - Sudan and South Sudan were set to resume security talks late on Sunday, with Khartoum demanding that its southern neighbour cut ties with rebels on its territory. The two nations signed agreements in ...
Sudan and South Sudan to Resume Talks Next Week
6/14/2012 - Sudan said it had agreed to resume talks next week with South Sudan to end hostilities between the arch-foes, state news agency SUNA said. The African neighbours came close to war when a border disput...
Sudan and South Sudan Start First Security Talks
6/4/2012 - Sudan and South Sudan began their first direct high-level talks on border security since a series of frontier clashes threatened to drag the former civil war foes back into a full-scale conflict. Perc...
Bashir Says No S.Sudan Oil Exports without Security
Bashir Says No S.Sudan Oil Exports without Security 5/16/2012 - Sudan will not allow South Sudan to export any oil through its territory unless the two states settle all disputes over border security, President Omar al-Bashir said. Oil, security and frontier dispu...
South Sudan Says Sudan Bombs Oil Region
4/30/2012 - South Sudan said Sudanese war planes bombed an oil region in the newly independent state, a day after Khartoum declared a state of emergency in some border areas as tensions showed no signs of abating...
South Sudan To Pull Out of Border Region
4/29/2012 - South Sudan has told the United Nations it will pull all police out of a disputed region on its border with Sudan and is committed to halting all fighting with its northern neighbor, but Khartoum decl...
Sudan Bombs South Sudan Border Area
Sudan Bombs South Sudan Border Area 4/23/2012 - Sudan carried out airstrikes on South Sudan, killing three people near an oil town, residents and military officials said, three days after South Sudan pulled out of a disputed oil field. A Reuters re...

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