Monday, April 30, 2012

Sudan-South Sudan War -- News Updates April 30, 2012

Sudan Declares State of Emergency As Clashes Continue -- New York Times

KHARTOUM, Sudan — Sudan declared a state of emergency on Sunday along much of its border with South Sudan as the momentum toward all-out war continues to build after weeks of clashes over disputed areas and oil.

President Omar Hassan al-Bashir’s decree gives authorities in the border areas wide powers to make arrests and set up special courts. It was issued a day after Sudan detained three foreigners and a South Sudanese near the border and accused them of spying for South Sudan, a charge the South denies.

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More News On The Sudan - South Sudan War

Sudan declares state of emergency on South border -- AFP
Sudan president declares state of emergency along southern border -- CNN
Sudan declares state of emergency near border to South -- Deutsche Welle
Sudan declares emergency on South border -- Sydney Morning Herald
Sudan Declares State of Emergency Along Southern Border -- Voice of America
Sudanese warplanes bomb South, clashes rage -- Daily Nation
Sudan defends use of air strikes in South Sudan conflict -- Reuters
South Sudan blamed as it gears up for war -- BBC
War Fears As South Sudan Troops Defend Border -- SKY News
In Sudan and South Sudan, questions of nationality -- Reuters
Sudan’s Use of Chinese Arms Shows Beijing’s Balancing Act -- Bloomberg
Sudan Ready for Peace Talks with South Sudan – Lavrov -- RIA Novosti

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