Fighting continues along the border of Sudan and South Sudan this week. President Salva Kiir of South Sudan said the latest attacks amounted to a declaration of war after more bombs were dropped on his country. The conflict stems from South Sudan temporarily taking control of the oil-rich border town Heglig, which Sudan claims as its own. Tension between the two countries over control of oil resources and where the border lies has been ongoing since South Sudan seceded from Sudan in July of last year as a result of a 2005 peace treaty that ended decades of war.
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir said on Tuesday Khartoum had "declared war" on his country, as violence between the world's newest nation and Sudan intensified. Kiir made the comment during a meeting with his Chinese counterpart ... Read Post
South Sudan's president accused Sudan of declaring war on his nation as tensions between the two neighbors intensified, sparking fears of a return to conflict over unresolved oil and border issues. President Salva Kiir made the comm... Read Post