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Sudan-South Sudan row gets worse

Sudan-South Sudan row gets worse
 
President Omar al-Bashir addresses a crowd in Khartoum, 8 June, 2013 Reuters/Stringer

Relations between Sudan and South Sudan further deteriorated this weekend after Khartoum accused Juba of supporting rebels hostile to President Omar al-Bashir. Khartoum has announced it is suspending nine security and economic agreements with its neighbour, including oil exports from South Sudan. Aly Verjee, a Sudan-South Sudan researcher at the Rift Valley Institute in Nairobi, explains.

 

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