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Sudan quells revolt of former spy service men after clashes

Jan 15 2020

KHARTOUM Armed ex-security agents linked to Sudan's toppled ruler Omar al-Bashir fought soldiers in the capital Khartoum for hours until government forces quelled the revolt late on Tuesday, residents and a military source said. | Video

South Sudan, Sudan trade fresh accusations

Apr 26 2012

JUBA/KHARTOUM Showing no sign of a let-up in tensions, South Sudan accused Sudan on Thursday of bombing a village in its oil-producing Unity state while Khartoum complained its soldiers had been beaten in captivity.

South Sudan, Sudan trade fresh accusations

Apr 26 2012

JUBA/KHARTOUM Showing no sign of a let-up in tensions, South Sudan accused Sudan on Thursday of bombing a village in its oil-producing Unity state while Khartoum complained its soldiers had been beaten in captivity.

South Sudan, Sudan trade fresh accusations

Apr 26 2012

JUBA/KHARTOUM Showing no sign of a let-up in tensions, South Sudan accused Sudan on Thursday of bombing a village in its oil-producing Unity state while Khartoum complained its soldiers had been beaten in captivity.

Sudan soldier says beaten in detention, Juba denies

Apr 26 2012

KHARTOUM A Sudanese soldier released by South Sudan said on Thursday he and 12 other comrades had been beaten and insulted during their detention in the South, in the latest sign of tensions between the neighbours.

Sudanese troops celebrate in disputed oil region

Apr 23 2012

HEGLIG, Sudan Sudanese soldiers cheered, hoisted rifles in the air and showed off a battered South Sudanese tank and dozens of corpses in the Heglig border region on Monday, leaving no doubt who was in control of the hotly disputed oil area.

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