Sudan's spy chief warns his country will suspend nine agreements reached earlier this year with South Sudan if it continues to support rebels fighting to topple the Khartoum government. Mohammed Atta al-Moula's comments come a day after Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir ordered the closure of pipelines exporting oil from South Sudan. Al-Moula held a rare news conference...
(9 days ago)
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan accused South Sudan of having supported rebels who launched a major assault two weeks ago, warning this could derail recent oil and security agreements between the African neighbors, state media said on Saturday. The two countries agreed in March to resume cross-border oil flows and end tension that has plagued them since South Sudan's secession in...
(1 month and 7 days ago)
BEIJING (Reuters) - China never promised South Sudan $8 billion in development funds when South Sudanese President Salva Kiir visited Beijing in April, but much more than this could be offered if the country achieves lasting peace, a senior diplomat said on Thursday.
(3 months and 6 days ago)
CAIRO (Reuters) - Sudan and South Sudan are prepared to take steps, brokered by the African Union, to try to avert an oil crisis between them amid accusations from both sides that the other is supporting insurgencies in their territories. Sudan officially informed South Sudan on Tuesday that it would stop allowing its neighbor to export crude through its territory within two...
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CAIRO (Reuters) - Sudan and South Sudan are prepared to take steps, brokered by the African Union, to try to avert an oil crisis between them amid accusations from both sides that the other is supporting insurgencies in their territories.
(2 days ago)
Sudan's official news agency says the country's president has ordered the closure of pipelines exporting South Sudanese oil. The Sudan news agency SUNA quoted President Omar al-Bashir as telling a public rally in the capital Khartoum on Saturday that the move was in response to South Sudan's funding of rebels fighting his regime. The Sudan news agency quoted al-Bashir as...
(10 days ago)
Rebels based in South Sudan attacked an oil pipeline in the disputed Abyei region, Khartoum says, amid worsening relations with its neighbour.
(4 days ago)
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan's vice president on Tuesday invited rebel groups to help prepare a new constitution, a sign of Khartoum's newly-relaxed stance toward the insurgents since signing border security deals with South Sudan this month.
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KHARTOUM (Reuters) - The African Union (AU) called on Thursday for an urgent meeting of the leaders from Sudan and South Sudan to find a solution for the flashpoint Abyei region after the killing of a tribal leader and an Ethiopian peacekeeper. On Saturday, Kuwal Deng Mayok, the chief of the Dinka tribe allied to South Sudan, was killed by a member of the Misseriya tribe in...
(1 month and 9 days ago)
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan said that rebels based in South Sudan had attacked a pipeline in its Diffra oil field on Wednesday, causing an explosion and fire that lasted for several hours.
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