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South Sudan: worsening security may halt oil production

South Sudan: worsening security may halt oil production

A humanitarian crisis also faces South Sudan.

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Sudan outlaws construction of new Christian churches

Sudan outlaws construction of new Christian churches

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Persecution in the name of religion assaults sanctity of life

Persecution in the name of religion assaults sanctity of life

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Sudan: Condemned to death for apostasy, mother gives birth

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Wife of American citizen sentenced to death for apostasy by Muslim court

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Obama is expected to discuss NSA scandal with Spanish president

Obama is expected to discuss NSA scandal with Spanish president

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Eritrean 'economic' migrants seek refugee status

Eritrean 'economic' migrants seek refugee status

The mayor of Tel Aviv fears violence will ensue if African asylum-seekers in Israel are not granted asylum in an increasingly tense environment. The Netanyahu government promises that the rule of law will be observed.

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Sudan enraged by alleged bombing by Israel

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Sudan: Christians condemn Islamist attacks on churches

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ICC prosecutor confident international justice will prevail, despite opposition from US and China

ICC prosecutor confident international justice will prevail, despite opposition from US and China

Luis Moreno Ocampo is stepping down as prosecutor at the International Criminal Court. That China and the US refuse to join, he says, is proof that governments take the ICC seriously. He says he has no plans for politics in his native Argentina.

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South Sudan must sustain efforts to protect human rights, says UN official

Welcoming South Sudan?s commitment to human rights, a top United Nations official today encouraged the country to on its "very long and difficult path to peace, prosperity and a full realization of human rights," and stressed the importance of addressing issues such as arbitrary detentions, torture ...

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South Sudan president visits China over oil dispute with Sudan

South Sudan president visits China over oil dispute with Sudan

It is all about oil, says a Catholic archbishop about the current fighting between Sudan and South Sudan.

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People of South Sudan disappointed with UN and African Union stance on war with Sudan

People of South Sudan disappointed with UN and African Union stance on war with Sudan

Catholic Archbishop Lukudu Loro of Juba says that the people of South Sudan do not want war. "This is an economic conflict for the control of oil," he says.

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Sudanese forces attack Anglican church in South Sudan

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South Sudan Says Pulling Troops Out Of Sudan's Heglig Oil Field

South Sudanese forces are continuing a pullout from Sudan's main Heglig oil field after tensions over the incursion threatened to ignite war between the two countries.

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Sudan and South Sudan do not need another war, Ban stresses

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged Sudan and South Sudan to end their hostilities, stressing that they must avoid a return to conflict, which has already cost them millions of lives over two decades.

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Sudan: Oil and blood on the sand

Sudan: Oil and blood on the sand

Sudanese are killing each other over oil, as investors in China, Malaysia and India look on.

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Christians and Jews united against Islamic repression and genocide

Christians and Jews united against Islamic repression and genocide

Ethno-religious cleansing is ongoing throughout the Muslim world. Christians and Jews strike together to seek tolerance.

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Kony 2012: An imperfect movie about a terror long ignored by the world

Kony 2012: An imperfect movie about a terror long ignored by the world

Tribal rivalries figure into local criticisms of 'Kony 2012': a movie that seeks to make known the atrocities committed by the Lord's Resistance Army in central Africa.

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China's three essential security interests

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Sudan: Two UN-African Union peacekeepers wounded in attack in Darfur

Two peacekeepers serving in the joint African Union-United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID)were wounded when unidentified gunmen opened fire on a bus in which they were travelling near the town of El Dein in the western Sudanese region, the mission reported today.

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South Sudan: High hopes for defeating "neglected" diseases

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South Sudan: UN urges ethnic groups to show how to 'make your own peace'

The top United Nations official in South Sudan has urged warring ethnic communities in the country to find peaceful solutions to their disputes and to serve as an example to other groups about how to turn challenges into opportunities.

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South Sudan: Briefing life without oil

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Growing tensions between Sudan and South Sudan

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In South Sudan, work begins on UN-backed training centre for ex-soldiers

The United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan has helped to launch the construction of a training centre in the west of the country that is aimed at helping former soldiers disarm, demobilize and return to civilian life.

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South Sudan: Briefing on Jonglei violence

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South Sudan: Moving beyond violence in Jonglei

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South Sudan:   Koko Alan,

South Sudan: Koko Alan,

Raiders from North Sudan are rustling cattle and killing people in South Sudan. Approximately 140 people are dead.

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Sudan: Two Christian pastors remain in hands of tribal militia

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CRS comes to aid of Sudan

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The new nation of South Sudan is newest ally of Israel

The new nation of South Sudan is newest ally of Israel

The people of South Sudan have voted for democracy, and an end to underdevelopment and slavery. President Salva Kiir of South Sudan made his maiden foreign visit as head of state to Israel.

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Sudan Says Darfur Rebel Leader Dead

Sudan's armed forces say they have killed the leader of what's believed to be the western Darfur region's most powerful rebel group.

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Sudan's Islamist regime's genocide in South Sudan

Sudan's Islamist regime's genocide in South Sudan

Advocacy groups claim that Sudan is engaging in aerial bombardment and extermination project in South Sudan. Muslims and Christians are targetted.

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South Sudan shows progress in State-building, but faces security challenges - UN

South Sudan has made significant progress in establishing State institutions and integrating militias into the national army, but faces challenges in protecting civilians and brokering peaceful coexistence among feuding tribes, the head of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in the new nation ...

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