Thursday, November 10, 2011

Talk Of War Intensifies Between South Sudan And Sudan

Sudan Warns It Is Ready To Return To War With South Sudan -- The Telegraph

Omar Al-Bashir, Sudan's president, has criticised "continued provocations" by South Sudan and says his country is ready to return to war with its neighbour.

Mr Bashir was performing prayers to mark the start of Eid in the newly-liberated town of Kurmuk when he accused Juba of "betrayal" by supporting rebels in Blue Nile State.

According to the Paris-based Sudan Tribune Bashir said: "We tell our brothers in the south that if they want peace, we want peace. If they want war, our army is there.

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More News On The Conflict between Sudan And South Sudan

Bashir accuses South Sudan of 'betrayal' -- AFP
Khartoum warns of return to war with South Sudan -- Africa Review
South Sudanese President Kiir Accuses al-Bashir of Planning an Invasion -- Bloomberg
S. Sudan's Kiir blames Khartoum for violence -- AFP
Hospital struggles as rebels menace Sudan oil fields -- CNN
Sudan battles rebels in Blue Nile state -- Global Post
Sudan oil state rebels claim to destroy tanks -- Reuters
US condemns 'provocative' bombing by Sudan -- AFP
UN - Security Council deplores failure by Sudan and South Sudan to withdraw forces from Abyei -- Isria
Sudan: The Wars Continue -- Strategy Page
FACTBOX-Key political risks to watch in north and south Sudan -- Reuters

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