Israel Deporting the South Sudanese? ‘That’s not what you do to a friend’

Posted: March 28, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël in Junub Sudan

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March 28, 2012 South Sudan Pulls Back From Disputed Northern Town Gabe Joselow | NairobiSouth Sudan has withdrawn its troops from a contested area north of the border in Sudan following clashes this week with Sudanese armed forces.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.

Deporting the South Sudanese? ‘That’s not what you do to a friend’
The Times of Israel
Earlier this month, Deng visited Israel on a different advocacy mission: trying to convince the government to reconsider its decision to expel South Sudanese asylum seekers after March 31 — this weekend. (South Sudan became officially independent of 

Security Council alarmed at Sudan-South Sudan border clashes which it says 
The Republic
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
Charlotte Observer
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
Jerusalem Post
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 

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