Sudan asks China to help in oil dispute with South

Posted: February 29, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël in Sudan
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Sudan asks China to help in oil dispute with South
Mmegi Online
BEIJING: Sudan’s government said yesterday that it has appealed to diplomatic partner and investor China for help in resolving a protracted dispute over oil revenues with newly independent South Sudan.>Sudanese Foreign Minister 

Parliament Passes Higher Education Bill
AllAfrica.com
By Abraham Garang, 28 February 2012 Juba — The South Sudan National Legislative Assembly in its sitting on Monday 27th February 2012, chaired by its Speaker Right Honorable James Wani Igga, passed the Higher Education Bill (2012) into law in its 

Israel to help S. Sudan prevent gender-based violence
Jerusalem Post
By Ben Hartman A group of Israeli experts is traveling to South Sudan on Thursday to conduct the first gender-based violence training program for social workers in the world’s newest nation. The Israeli delegation is part of IsraAID, the Israel-based 

Sudan asks China to help in oil dispute with South

Mmegi Online - ‎
BEIJING: Sudan’s government said yesterday that it has appealed to diplomatic partner and investor China for help in resolving a protracted dispute over oil revenues with newly independent South Sudan.>Sudanese Foreign Minister 
The Citizen Daily - ‎
In an air-conditioned Toyota showroom packed with half a dozen off-road vehicles in South Sudan’s capital, dealer Desmond McCue is wondering whether the shutdown of the country’s oil production industry means the bonanza is over.
Pakistan Observer - ‎
Khartoum—Sudan denounced suggestions that it was confiscating oil from South Sudan on Tuesday and indicated that the newly independent South was responsible for stonewalling an oil deal between the two nations. South Sudan became Africa’s newest nation 
The Nation, Pakistan - ‎
JUBA – South Sudan has signed a ceasefire with the largest of several rebel groups which threaten the stability of the world’s newest nation, the government said on Tuesday. The deal to integrate an estimated 1800 guerrilla fighters into the South’s 
China Daily - ‎‎
By Zhang Yunbi and Cheng Guangjin (China Daily) BEIJING – Differences between Sudan and South Sudan should be resolved as soon as possible, China said, as tensions over oil rights simmered. Vice-President Xi Jinping told Sudanese Foreign Minister Ali 
The Daily Star - ‎
JUBA: A major South Sudanese rebel group with alleged links to the northern government in Khartoum has signed an amnesty deal two months after its leader was killed, South Sudan said Tuesday. George Athor founded the South Sudan Democratic Movement in 
News24 - ‎Feb 28, 2012‎
This colourful guide contains concise information on 234 reef fish and 36 coral species found along… Now R153.95 Juba – South Sudan has signed a ceasefire with the largest of several rebel groups which threaten the stability of the world’s newest 
News24 - ‎Feb 28, 2012‎
Beijing – Sudan’s government said on Tuesday that it has appealed to diplomatic partner and investor China for help in resolving a protracted dispute over oil revenues with newly independent South Sudan. Sudanese Foreign Minister Ali Ahmed Karti said 
Conduct IRC South Sudan Supply Chain workshop annually.
Reuters AlertNet
Responsible for the successful rollout and maintenance of Prologs for IRC South . Ensure procurement is done according to IRC and/or donor regulations. Ensure that staff participating in tender committees are trained and understand their roles.
SUDAN: Undeclared War Survives Peacemaking Efforts
Strategy Page
February 28, 2012: In January it was the Kenya pipeline, now South Sudan is also exploring an oil pipeline through Ethiopia to Djibouti. Djibouti has access to the sea; South Sudan is landlocked. The central objective is obvious: escaping Sudan’s 
South Sudan Agrees Truce With Major Rebel Group
NASDAQ
The government of South Sudan has signed a peace deal with one of the largest rebel groups, theSouth Sudan Democratic Movement, a South Sudan official said Tuesday, in a move that could help to stabilize the situation in the troubled oil-rich East 

Sudan blames South for aiding rebels in attack
FRANCE 24
The tension is rising between the government in Khartoum and the recently independent South Sudan, with both sides blaming each other for sponsoring rebels and torpedoing a long-awaited oil agreement. By Joseph BAMAT Rebels claimed on Monday to have 
NCP Urges Opposition Support Against South Sudan ‘Attack’
AllAfrica.com
Khartoum — The governing National Congress Party (NCP) in Sudan has appealed for support from local opposition groups against a military attack it alleges was carried out by neighboring South Sudan. The NCP-led government has accused South Sudan’s 

Rebels Sign Truce in South Sudan
Wall Street Journal
The government of South Sudan signed a peace deal with one of the largest rebel groups, theSouth Sudan Democratic Movement, a South Sudan official said Tuesday, in a move that could help stabilize the East African nation. The peace deal was signed 

South Sudan Idea to join East Africa Community losses Value
GroundReport
by JosephEdward February 29, 2012 The South Sudan long dialogue over joining the East Africa Community, has touched, the interest of the Speaker of National Legislative Assembly James Wani Igga, last week in a Parliamentary sitting, Igga released a
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