Egypt and Sudan in Dispute over IPC's Halaib Concession
Egypt and Sudan have become embroiled in a dispute over oil rights in an areaon the border between the two countries, the Halaib triangle. The triangle,covering some 16,000 sq. kms., is situated on the Red Sea just north of latitude22 N, which Egypt regards as its political boundary, but has been administeredby Sudan for many years. The 22 N political boundary was delineated by theAnglo-Egyptian...
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