Sudan troops moved outside disputed Abyei area-media

Posted: May 29, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan

South Sudan versus Sudan boundary case
Sudan Tribune
This may be taken as marking the beginning of North-South conflict. From 1956 when Sudan attained its independence from colonial rule to 1974 when oil was discovered in South Sudan, North-South borders were never a hot issue and arguably were never the 
Country Gets Fifa Membership
By Matata Safi, 28 May 2012 Juba — South Sudan was officially been admitted into the Federation of International Football Association (FIFA) on the 25th May and will make its first appearance in the international sports scene when Salam football club 
Country and South Sudan Resume Talks Today As Juba Reports Military Assaults
Khartoum — South Sudan has accused Sudan of bombing its territories on the eve of their resumption of negotiations on post-referendum issues under the mediation of the African Union High Level Panel (AUHIP) in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.
The Road to South Sudan
By Arne Doornebal, 29 May 2012 Uganda is paving the way to South Sudan, making the Nimule border crossing the only place where a bitumen road leads to a brand-new country. But, as our local correspondent recalls, for many years, the 650-kilometre 
South Sudan claims Sudan attacks Aweil leaving 10 people dead
Sudan Tribune
May 28, 2012 (JUBA) – South Sudan said Monday said 10 people, most of whom were innocent civilians, have lost their lives following an attack allegedly carried out by the armed forces of the neigbouring Sudan. The two nations are due to resume 
Genocide and Starvation in Sudan Is Getting Worse… and There Is Something We 
Huffington Post
As you know, I traveled recently with Reverend Franklin Graham (and Samaritans Purse) to South Sudan and Sudan. In Sudan, home of dictator-president Omar al-Bashir, I saw starvation — people eating bugs and leaves after their own president bombed 
Sudan says will pull troops from oil-rich region
By MOHAMMED SAEED AP Sudan said it would withdraw its army Tuesday from a disputed border region that contains rich oil fields and is contested by neighboring South Sudan. The decision to pull the military out of Abyei comes as Sudanese officials are 
South Sudan Questions Khartoum’s Sincerity as Peace Talks Resume
Voice of America
ADDIS ABABA – A senior South Sudanese official has questioned Sudan’s sincerity in resolving disputes as a fresh round of peace talks gets underway in Addis Ababa. As the talks were about to resume Tuesday, South Sudan’s chief negotiator, Pagan Amum, 
Insight: South Sudan independence still comes at a price
By Pascal Fletcher JUBA (Reuters) – South Sudan’s citizens who paid in blood for their independence in a long liberation war are being told freedom carries its own price – in hardship. An oil shutdown from January by the former bush rebels who now run 
Sudan troops moved outside disputed Abyei area-media
Chicago Tribune
KHARTOUM, May 29 (Reuters) – Sudanese troops have left Abyei, a disputed region on the border with South Sudan, the state-linked Sudanese Media Centre said on Tuesday, citing military officials. “The armed forces implemented their deployment outside 

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