Tensions rise exponentially between Sudan and South Sudan raising specter of renewed conflict

May 2012
Political Intelligence Briefing;5/2/2012, p12
The article presents information related to conflict rising between Sudan (Khartoum) and South Sudan (Juba) along the disputed border. It mentions that air strikes were done by Sudan and South Sudan seized oil town of Heglig because of which United Nations Security Council interfered in between and demanded both countries to stop their attacks. It is also mentioned that Syria faced anti-government protests that have spread and escalated across the Arab world.


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