By Dhor Aher The Sudanese government is notorious particularly laying bogus claims on any South Sudanese border area perceived to be rich in natural resources. Panthous is a clear classical example where Sudanese government twisted facts, annexed the area as a result of oil discovery. The story doesn’t end there; same tactics were repeated in Abyei, Western Bhar el Ghazal, and Upper Nile region where Sudanese illegal encroachments are evident. One thing is unique in all these claims, they (...)
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