|South Sudan Pulls Back From Disputed Northern Town
Voice of America
March 28, 2012 South Sudan Pulls Back From Disputed Northern Town Gabe Joselow | NairobiSouth Sudan has withdrawn its troops from a contested area north of the border in Sudan following clashes this week with Sudanese armed forces.
|South Sudan: AU Calls for Ceasefire in Latest Sudan Spat
By Lordrick Mayabi, 28 March 2012 Nairobi — The chairman of the African Union Commission Jean Ping has warned Sudan and South Sudan that military means can never provide a long-term answer to the bilateral issues affecting the relations of the two …
|Angola, South Sudan sign verbal cooperation deal
Luanda – The Republics of Angola and South Sudan Wednesday, in Luanda, signed a verbal process that sets future lines of cooperation between both African countries. The agreement was signed by the Angolan minister of Foreign Affairs, George Rebelo …
|South Sudan says it pulls back troops from border
Palm Beach Post
AP JUBA, South Sudan — South Sudan says it has pulled out its troops from a contested area along the border with Sudan shortly after clashes between the two countries armies sparked fears of a return to war. Military spokesman Col.
|Sudan-South Sudan Clashes Raise Global Concern
New York Times
KHARTOUM, Sudan — After a brief, halting step toward reconciliation, military clashes along the long, disputed border between Sudan and newly independent South Sudan have stirred fears of a renewed conflict between the two sides.
|Security Council alarmed at Sudan-South Sudan border clashes which it says …
EDITH M. LEDERER AP UNITED NATIONS — The UN Security Council expressed deep alarm Tuesday at military clashes along the border between Sudan and newly independent South Sudanwhich it said are threatening to reignite their civil war.
|Sudan sends warplanes over South Sudan as border conflict rages
NAIROBI, Kenya — Sudan sent military aircraft over a key South Sudanese city Tuesday as part of a two-day bombing campaign that has targeted South Sudanese military positions along the two nations’ disputed border. No explosives fell from the aircraft …
|Israel’s Sudanese refugee crisis and the citizen solution
By Ben Hartman Recently, I took a stroll around the south of Tel Aviv near the central bus station where countless war refugees from Sudan congregate. Older generation Israelis are a minority in the area. Quickly they shuffle by on the polluted …