KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan's army accused South Sudan on Saturday of having troops on its territory, a sign tensions between the former civil war foes were unlikely to cool despite an international ultimatum to end fighting. Sudanese army spokesman al-Sawarmi Khalid said the military would abide by a U.N.-backed African Union call to halt hostilities, in an effort to end weeks of border fighting that has threatened to escalate into a full-blown war.
Northern Sudan's seizure of a contested border region is an act of war, a spokesman for the Southern Sudanese army said Sunday, raising fears that fighting over the town could re-ignite the civil war between north and south. Norther... Read Post
JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudan accused Sudan on Monday of flying warplanes over the southern capital Juba and bombing other parts of its territory, one day before the resumption of negotiations between the two foes. The two Sudans hav... Read Post