Sudans Make Oil Export Breakthrough
With the threat of economic collapse looming for both countries, Sudan and South Sudan have signed an agreement for border security, allowing for the resumption of Southern oil exports through Sudan.
By Nader Itayim
Following nearly three weeks of intense negotiations in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, delegations from North and South Sudan reached an agreement on 26 September, on both oil production and the setting...
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