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Sudan peace slips on oily economics

Khartoum's gaping revenue hole has worsened the distrust between the north and south.

Company working to free SA man abducted in Sudan

Denel Mechem says it is working closely with international and Sudanese authorities to ensure the safe release of South African employee Thabo Siave.

Khartoum warplanes bomb key South Sudan town

Sudanese planes have launched a bombing attack on the South Sudanese town of Bentiu, after Khartoum called off peace talks amid claims of incursion.

South Sudan accuses Khartoum of fresh attacks

South Sudan has accused Sudan of launching fresh attacks along their disputed border, stalling peace talks in Addis Ababa.

South Sudan stops oil production to defy northern ‘thieves’

South Sudan has ordered oil companies to shut down oil production within two weeks, to prevent Sudan from stealing more oil from the new country.

UN: South Sudan still riven by conflict

South Sudan, now an independent state, is facing a rise in conflict between militia groups which threaten the lives of civilians, a UN official says.

Army: South Sudan army-militia clashes kill dozens

At least 59 soldiers and militiamen were killed and dozens wounded on Thursday in clashes between the South Sudan army and local militia groups.

US to recognise South Sudan, delist North

The United States said on Monday it will recognise South Sudan as the world's newest nation as it moved to taking the north off a terrorism blacklist.

Organisers: Sudan referendum to meet required turnout

Turnout at south Sudan's independence referendum has defied gloomy expectations and is almost guaranteed to reach the 60% needed for a valid poll.

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