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Sudan – South Sudan Border Battles Continue

May 10, 2012

South Sudan Accuses Khartoum Of Bombing Its Territory — BBC

South Sudan has accused Sudan of bombing within its territory, in violation of a UN Security Council resolution to end hostilities.

Juba’s information minister told the BBC several areas had been targeted in air raids in the last 48 hours.

But Khartoum said it had the right to respond to acts of aggression.

Disputes over oil stemming from South Sudan’s secession in July led to clashes last month and fears of a return to all-out war.

The UN has threatened sanctions if both sides fail to negotiate.

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More News On The Conflict Between Sudan And South Sudan

South Sudan accuses Khartoum of more border attacks — Reuters
Sudan, S. Sudan clash in border state — UPI
South Sudan Accuses Sudan of More Airstrikes — Voice of America
Official: Sudan warplanes bomb South Sudan — Bloomberg Businessweek
Sudan and S.Sudan at odds over talks after fighting — Euronews
Sudan: troops repulse attack by Darfur rebels, battles still in progress — Washington Post/AP
Sudan president vows revenge against South Sudan — AP
South Sudan Says It’s Ready to Negotiate Deal on Oil at Talks — Bloomberg Businessweek
South Sudan ready to resume talks with Sudan “any time” — Reuters
Bombs and hunger haunt Sudan’s Nuba mountains — Reuters
Uganda denies support of Sudan rebels, says claim diverts attention from Sudan sheltering Kony — Washington Post/AP
South Sudan may face fiscal collapse by July, leaked report says — L.A. Times
Fighting continues between Sudan and South Sudan, as economies collapse — Christian Science Monitor