February 13, 2013 (JUBA) - South Sudan accused the government of neighbouring Sudan on Tuesday of recruiting and using rebel militia to destabilise the young nation in order to block Juba’s plans to build a new alternative oil pipeline.
A dispute over the amount South Sudan pays Sudan to transport Southern crude through its territory for international export has left Juba looking for alternative ways to export its oil.
The government is looking to build an alternative pipeline to connect (...)
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