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Sudan and South Sudan Agree to Resume Talks Next Week
5/24/2012 - Sudan and South Sudan agreed to restart talks next week with the aim of ending hostilities and settling disputes after border clashes scuppered an earlier round of negotiations, both sides said. The t...
South Sudan Shot Down Sudanese War Plane
4/4/2012 - South Sudan shot down a Sudanese MiG jet fighter while it was flying over its Unity state, a sign of heightening tensions between the former civil war foes. “This is proof of what we were talking abou...
Rebels Assault on Town in Sudan's Main Oil State
3/30/2012 - Rebels in Sudan's oil-producing southern border state of South Kordofan have launched an assault on a town near the border with newly independent South Sudan, army and rebel spokesmen said. The poorly...
Oil Shutdown Pushing South Sudan to End Row
3/25/2012 - South Sudan's shutdown of its crude production in a damaging row with Sudan over oil payments appears to have backfired and put pressure on Juba to soften its bargaining stance, one of Khartoum's nego...
Sudan Lowers Oil Transit Fee Demand
3/13/2012 - Sudan has lowered its oil transit fees demand to $32.20 a barrel in a bid to resolve a row that has shut in South Sudan's output, Sudan's oil minister said, but the two sides remained far apart as tal...
Sudan Sees No Quick End to Oil Row with South
3/13/2012 - A senior Sudanese official dashed hopes of a quick end to a row with South Sudan over oil export fees, blaming Juba for blocking chances of a deal that would relieve both countries' beleaguered econom...
No Quick Resolution on Sudan’s Oil Transit Fees
3/12/2012 - A senior Sudanese official dashed hopes of a quick end to a row with South Sudan over oil export fees, blaming Juba for blocking chances of a deal that would relieve both countries' beleaguered econom...
Sudan and South Sudan Resume Oil Talks
3/6/2012 - Talks between Sudan and South Sudan resumed in the Ethiopian capital to resolve a furious oil dispute as tensions remain high between the two nations. "I don't think the environment has witnessed any ...
Oil Firms to Participate in Sudan Oil Dispute Talks
Oil Firms to Participate in Sudan Oil Dispute Talks 12/20/2011 - Sudan and newly independent South Sudan have agreed to include international oil companies in talks to resolve a dispute over how much the new African nation should pay to use Khartoum's oil export fa...
China to Send Envoy to Mediate in Sudan Oil Row
12/5/2011 - China is to send an envoy to seek a compromise between Sudan and South Sudan over a fees dispute threatening oil supplies from the two recently separated countries, which are big crude suppliers to th...
Sudan Blocks South Sudan Exports
11/29/2011 - South Sudan's oil minister said Sudan's decision to halt the South's oil exports over a transit fee row would hurt both countries' oil interests, and that the South would keep seeking an alternative p...
South Sudan to Market its Own Crude
11/17/2011 - A South Sudanese oil official ruled out Glencore marketing the new African country's crude, effectively quashing an earlier deal the trading giant said it had signed to sell the nation's oil. The fate...
Sudan Oil State Rebels Claim to Destroy Tanks
11/5/2011 - Fighting has raged across the South Kordofan border state since June, stoking tensions between Sudan and its old civil war foe South Sudan and complicating talks over the oil industry, the disputed Ab...
S.Sudan Sees Progress with North in Oil, Currency Row
7/30/2011 - South Sudan sees progress in resolving disputes with Khartoum over the sharing of oil revenues and launch of new currencies, it said, striking a conciliatory note after earlier accusing its former civ...

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