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Ugandan army says Sudan is backing Joseph Kony's LRA




Border clashes between Sudan and South Sudan killed 21 people. South Sudan said it would pull out of a disputed region. Sudan's President declared a state of emergency for the area. China offered South Sudan $8 billion in aid.




Sudan said it had repelled a rebel attack on a strategic border town in its south. Sudan accuses South Sudan of backing the rebels.




Analysis: The Sudans put China in a policy bind




South Sudan withdrew from a disputed oil field, averting a potential war with Sudan. Sudan declared victory, saying its armed forces had "liberated" the area.




African migrants flood Israel after perilous treks




Sudan declares war on South Sudan: Will this draw in East Africa, and China?




The crisis over South Sudan's occupation of a disputed oilfield escalated. Sudan's president vowed to teach South Sudan a "final lesson by force" and said the recent violence had "revived the spirit of jihad" in Sudan. South Sudan accused Sudan of planning genocide. Southern Sudan repelled several ground attacks.




South Sudan said it would hold its position in a contested oil field it seized from Sudan. Sudan it would not be deterred from recapturing the oilfield.




Sudan's army attacked the disputed town of Heglig in order to oust South Sudanese forces from the oil-producing area. The South Sudan army said it repelled the attack.




Border clashes erupted between Sudan and South Sudan, threatening war. Sudan stopped all talks with South Sudan and mobilized its army.




On the 'merchant of death'




Sudan and South Sudan clashed in a series of battles along their border. Each accused the other of striking first. Sudan's president canceled a summit in which two landmark agreements with South Sudan were to be signed.




Tunisia Islamists Test Ideas Decades in the Making




Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti Played Crucial Role in Somalia Rescue




Sudan will soon see revolution: Islamist leader Turabi




The Sudanese army killed Khalil Ibrahim, the leader of the main Darfur rebel group, touting his death as a key victory against a powerful rebel force that once threatened Sudan's capital. Khalil Ibrahim led the Darfur-based Justice and Equality Movement, or JEM, the most organized and effective military force in Darfur.




US says no removal of Sudan from terrorism list for now




DC court: Iran showed al Qaeda how to bomb embassies

On Nov. 28, a DC district court ruled that Iran and Sudan were culpable for al Qaeda's 1998 embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. The attacks killed more than 200 people and were al Qaeda's most successful operations prior to 9/11.


Fallout in the Sahara: Did the War in Libya Play into the Hands of al-Qaeda?


 
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