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Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir (L) & South Sudan president Salva Kiir (R) attend talks in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa January 27, 2012 (AFP)
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Pagan Amum (left), chief negotiator from South Sudan, lead mediator for the African Union, Thabo Mbeki (centre) and Sudan’s head negotiator Idriss Abdu Qadir , attend African Union-led talks between Sudan and South Sudan in Addis Ababa on March 13, 2012. (Getty)

Videos

Al Jazeera English | Sudanese oil interest bow to China | 4 May 2012


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


Al Jazeera English | On the frontline with South Sudan’s army | 27 April 2012


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


Al Jazeera | Professor Paul Moorcraft talks to Al Jazeera about Sudan | 24 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 | 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 | 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:


Al Jazeera | Sudan tensions imperil China’s investments | 6 April 2012

Rising tensions between Sudan and South Sudan are threatening China’s investments in the region. China is the biggest player in the oil industry on both sides of the border. Traditionally a key ally of the Khartoum government, China is now trying to strengthen relations with the South as well. Al Jazeera’s Nazanine Moshiri reports from Juba, capital of South Sudan.



 
 

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