Five Indian peacekeepers and at least seven United Nations civilian staff were killed yesterday in an ambush in South Sudan, officials said, a day after warnings about spiralling violence.
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The presidents of Sudan and South Sudan have agreed on Saturday, to demilitarise their shared borders and revive a stalled oil exportation deal that has lagged for months over disputes on the...
South Sudan has expelled a UN human rights investigator, accusing her of writing false reports, a move the UN mission said broke the country's legal obligations to the United Nations.
Sudanese rebels killed 10 civilians in shelling the main town in Sudan’s oil-producing South Kordofan state on Tuesday, the army said – the third bout of shelling in the past two weeks.
The presidents of Sudan and South Sudan signed economic and security agreements on Thursday that will allow a resumption of oil exports from South Sudan.
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The leaders of Sudan and South Sudan met late on Sunday as international pressure grew to end long-running disputes that have brought the former civil war foes to the brink of renewed conflict.