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2012 | Sudan-South Sudan conflict over Heglig/Panthou - April

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Al Jazeera English | UN threatens sanctions over Sudan dispute | 2 May 2012


Al Jazeera English | Sudan declares emergency on border with south | 29 April 2012


Al Jazeera English | Sudan arrests four foreigners in Heglig | 28 April 2012


Al Jazeera English | Inside Story: Can the two Sudans find peace? | 26 April 2012

A full-scale war between Sudan and South Sudan is looking increasingly likely. We ask can the two Sudans find peace? Joining Folly Bah Thibault are guests: Safwat Fanos, Douglas Johnson, Samsom Wassara.


Al Jazeera English | South Sudanese troops ’advance’ on Heglig | 25 April 2012


Al Jazeera English | South Sudan says Sudan has declared war | 24 April 2012


Al Jazeera English | Sudan and South Sudan on the brink of war | 24 April 2012


Al Jazeera English | Al Bashir rules out talks with South Sudan | 23 April 2012


Al Jazeera English | Sudanese forces ’liberate Heglig town’ | 21 April 2012


Al Jazeera English | Sudanese forces ’liberate Heglig town’ | 20 April 2012


White House | President Obama’s Message to the People of Sudan and South Sudan | 20 April 2012


Al Jazeera English | Bashir calls South Sudan leaders ’insects’ | 19 April 2012

Speaking at a party rally in Khartoum, Omar al-Bashir, the Sudanese president, has called the government of South Sudan a movement of "insects".

Bashir’s statement came as Sudan insisted it would reclaim the oil rich Heglig region after South Sudanese soldiers took over the oil field in the disputed territory along the two nations’ border.

The leaders of South Sudan have vowed to fight to keep control of Heglig and the oil facility within it, which they say has always been part of their land.

Al Jazeera’s Imran Khan reports.


Al Jazeera English | UN Security Council weighs Sudan sanctions | 18 April 2012

Sudan and South Sudan have accused each other of launching attacks on a new front near the border. It follows talks by the UN Security Council on possible sanctions against both countries. Al Jazeera’s Sherine Tadros reports from Khartoum.


Al Jazeera English | Sudan calls government of South an ’enemy’ | 16 April 2012

Sudan’s parliament has branded South Sudan’s government an "enemy" and called for a swift recapture of a disputed oil-producing region. Al Jazeera’s Charles Stratford reports.


Al Jazeera English | South Sudan captures prisoners of war from North | 15 April 2012


Al Jazeera English | Interview: Sudan and South Sudan conflict | 14 April 2012

Al Jazeera talks to Colonel Alsawarmi Khalid Saad, the Sudan military spokesman, about the latest on the conflict in the town of Heglig.


Al Jazeera Englsih | Nazanine Moshiri with latest updates on the Sudan’s conflict | 14 April 2012

South Sudan says its northern Unity State is being hit by sustained Sudanese air attacks. Sudan previously maintained it is not attacking civilian areas in the South.


Al Jazeera English | Sudan army advances on disputed oil town | 13 April 2012

The Sudanese army says it is advancing on the town of Heglig, days after the South Sudanese army captured it.


Al Jazeera English | UN alarm over Sudan-South Sudan clashes | 12 April 2012

Sudanese warplanes have launched an attack on a major South Sudanese town, bombing the capital of the oil-producing Unity border state, according to South Sudan officials. Al Jazeera’s Nazanine Moshiri explains:

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In this Tuesday, April 24, 2012 photo, Sudanese workers inspect burnt out oil pipes at the oil-rich border town of Heglig, Sudan (AP)



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