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Hereward Holland

Sudan officially notifies it will halt oil exports

Jun 11 2013

JUBA Sudan officially informed South Sudan on Tuesday that it would freeze their oil and economic agreements and stop allowing its neighbor to export crude through its territory within two months.

S.Sudan says still exporting oil to Sudan despite stoppage threat

Jun 10 2013

JUBA South Sudan continues to export oil to Sudan despite a threat from its African neighbor to stop cross-border flows in a row over alleged support for rebels, its oil minister said on Monday.

South Sudan says keep exporting oil to Sudan despite stoppage threat

Jun 10 2013

JUBA South Sudan continues to pump oil to Sudan despite a threat from its neighbor to stop cross-border flows in a row over alleged support for rebels, its oil minister said on Monday.

Sudan edges back from oil showdown with South

Jun 09 2013

KHARTOUM/JUBA Sudan edged back from a day-old order to block all oil exports from South Sudan on Sunday, saying it could reverse its decision if its neighbor stopped backing rebels, and bringing the countries back from the brink of confrontation.

Sudan edges back from oil showdown with South

Jun 09 2013

KHARTOUM/JUBA Sudan edged back from a day-old order to block all oil exports from South Sudan on Sunday, saying it could reverse its decision if its neighbour stopped backing rebels, and bringing the countries back from the brink of confrontation.

South Sudan TV editor says security agent threatened him with gun

May 31 2013

JUBA The head of South Sudan's only private television station said he was threatened at gunpoint by a national security agent who was attempting to censor its news programs.

South Sudan TV editor says security agent threatened him with gun

May 31 2013

JUBA The head of South Sudan's only private television station said he was threatened at gunpoint by a national security agent who was attempting to censor its news programmes.

South Sudan TV editor says security agent threatened him with gun

May 31 2013

JUBA, May 31 The head of South Sudan's only private television station said he was threatened at gunpoint by a national security agent who was attempting to censor its news programmes.

Over 19,000 refugees flee conflict in eastern South Sudan: U.N.

May 29 2013

JUBA More than 19,000 people have fled fighting raging in the east of South Sudan and sought refuge in neighboring countries since the start of the year, the United Nations said on Wednesday.

Over 19,000 refugees flee conflict in eastern South Sudan - U.N.

May 29 2013

JUBA More than 19,000 people have fled fighting raging in the east of South Sudan and sought refuge in neighbouring countries since the start of the year, the United Nations said on Wednesday.

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