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Bashir to Visit South Sudan in 1st Trip since Secession
10/28/2012 - Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir will visit South Sudan soon, his first trip since the south gained independence last year, to forge a new start in relations, Sudan's Foreign Minister Ali Ahmed...
S. Sudan Ratifies Border Deal with Sudan Despite Protest
S. Sudan Ratifies Border Deal with Sudan Despite Protest 10/16/2012 - South Sudan's parliament ratified a border and oil deal with Sudan intended to settle issues that brought the countries close to resuming their two-decade civil war and allow the South to revive its v...
S.Sudan Agree on Metering to Avoid Oil Disputes
9/28/2012 - Sudan and South Sudan plan to avoid future disputes over oil exports with a metering system, but have failed to end a $1.8 billion row over how much Juba will pay for seizing northern oil facilities a...
Sudan, S.Sudan Leaders Edge Closer to Border Deal
9/26/2012 - Sudan and South Sudan's leaders are close to sealing a border security deal that could revive oil production, sources close to the talks said, after days of disagreement at a presidential summit in Ad...
Sudan and S.Sudan to Resume Oil Exports
9/26/2012 - The leaders of Sudan and South Sudan reached a border security deal that will restart badly needed oil exports, but failed to solve the other main conflicts left over when Africa's largest country spl...
S.Sudan Traders Hope Talks Open Border with Old Foe Sudan
9/24/2012 - Sandwiched between two of South Sudan's biggest oilfields, residents in Bentiu, a dusty town near the boundary with Sudan might expect a steady supply of cheap fuel. But since cross-border trade halte...
Sudan & S.Sudan Leaders Negotiate on Border Disputes
9/23/2012 - Leaders of Sudan and South Sudan met to try reach a deal to end hostilities and restart oil exports but there was still no breakthrough on a key security accord after two weeks of talks in Ethiopia, o...
Mistrust Prevails as Sudan, S.Sudan Head for Limited Deal
9/21/2012 - Former civil war foes Sudan and South Sudan have told mediators they are ready to end one of Africa's longest conflicts this weekend, but behind the diplomacy their relationship is one of enduring mis...
Sudan Hopeful for S.Sudan Deal Despite Fresh Fighting
9/20/2012 - Sudan hopes to reach a broad agreement with South Sudan to end all hostilities at a presidents' summit in Ethiopia at the weekend, officials said, despite new fighting between the army and rebels in S...
Sudan Clashes with Rebels & Seizes Area Close to S. Sudan
Sudan Clashes with Rebels & Seizes Area Close to S. Sudan 9/20/2012 - Sudan's armed forces have clashed with rebels and seized an area close to the disputed border with South Sudan, a state-linked news website said, fuelling uncertainty over the final stage of peace tal...
Sudan & S.Sudan Leaders to Discuss at Summit in Ethiopia
Sudan & S.Sudan Leaders to Discuss at Summit in Ethiopia 9/19/2012 - Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir will hold a summit with his counterpart from South Sudan, Salva Kiir, in Ethiopia on Sunday to wrap up two weeks of talks to end hostilities between the African...
S. Sudan's 1st Khartoum Ambassador Urges Trade Not War
9/5/2012 - South Sudan's first ambassador to Sudan urged the countries to put their conflicts behind them and get back to trading as he took up his post, in the latest sign of thawing relations between the neigh...
Sudan & S. Sudan Resume Border Talks with Eye to Oil
9/4/2012 - Former civil war foes Sudan and South Sudan are to resume talks on Tuesday in Ethiopia that mediators hope will produce a deal to secure the volatile joint border and clear the way for the two countri...
Clinton Urges South Sudan, Sudan to Settle Oil Dispute
Clinton Urges South Sudan, Sudan to Settle Oil Dispute 8/3/2012 - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged South Sudan and Sudan to end an oil dispute that has brought the neighbours to the brink of war, during the highest-level visit of a U.S. official to Juba...
Sudan's Bashir Turns Down Summit with S.Sudan's Kiir
7/31/2012 - Sudan's president has turned down an invitation from the African Union to meet South Sudan's leader on Wednesday to move forward stalled talks to end hostilities, state news agency SUNA said. The neig...
Sudan Makes Concession in Oil Talks & No Deal in Sight
7/27/2012 - Sudan said it had made price concessions in oil talks with newly-independent neighbor South Sudan, but the two countries remained far apart on a deal to resolve disputes that have already brought them...
Sudan and South Sudan Resume Oil Talks
Sudan and South Sudan Resume Oil Talks 7/26/2012 - Sudan and recently independent South Sudan resumed crucial talks to end an oil dispute for the first time since border fighting brought the African neighbours to the brink of war in April. The two cou...
South Sudan Offers Concessions to Sudan
South Sudan Offers Concessions to Sudan 7/23/2012 - South Sudan offered concessions to Sudan that would waive billions of dollars in debt and increase the amount it is willing to pay to use Sudan's oil pipelines. But Sudan said it wants to tackle secur...
UN Concerns by Delays in Peace for Sudan and S. Sudan
6/19/2012 - The U.N. Security Council expressed concern at delays by Sudan and South Sudan in implementing a resolution that threatened sanctions if the former civil war foes failed to halt fighting and resume ta...
Sudan's Army to Withdraw from Abyei Region
5/28/2012 - Sudan will withdraw all its troops from the disputed border region of Abyei, its army spokesman said, removing a major obstacle to peace talks with its arch foe South Sudan. But with talks due to resu...

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