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Interesting Article: "South Sudan accuses Sudan of attacks in blow to talks" by Yara Bayoumy / KHARTOUM published Saturday, May 5th, 2012.

South Sudan accused Sudan on Friday of attacking its military positions in an oil region, imperilling the chances of a promised ceasefire between the neighbours, but Khartoum denied the charge. The 1,800 km-long (1,200 mile) border between the two countries had been largely quiet for the past 48 hours, raising hopes they could begin talks to end a series of clashes over oil exports, border demarcation and citizenship that have pushed them closer towards a full-blown war. South Sudan’s army (SPLA) spokesman Philip Aguer said Khartoum was again on the offensive on Friday: “Today they hit our positions with ground artillery in Teshween, Lalop and Panakuach.”

Read More: http://www.euronews.com/newswires/1505554-south-sudan-accuses-sudan-of-attacks-in-blow-to-talks/ 

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