South Sudan Turns On The Taps
South Sudan has resumed oil production and with it pipeline shipments across the border into Sudan after a near 15-month shutdown. This restart, analysts hope, could mark the start of improved relations with its former civil war foe.
Following more than one year of empty promises and false dawns, South Sudan on 6 April celebrated its return to crude oil production after agreeing early last month with its neighbor to the...
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