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Ten-day talks on where to draw a demilitarised buffer zone break off with no deal in sight
Is South Sudan's attack on Sudan's oil field an attempt to destabilise President Al Bashir's control to the north?
Security Council calls for end to clashes focused on contested oil field, as South Sudan sets out conditions for peace.
South Sudan said it would only withdraw after certain conditions are met, including Sudan's withdrawal from Abyei.
Ban Ki-moon calls for both sides to withdraw as South seizes oil town and Sudanese planes bomb border state's capital.
Oxfam reports that more people have been killed in Sudan in the first months of 2011 than in the whole of 2010.
Oil-rich region claimed by South Sudan and the Sudanese government is potential flashpoint for violence.
Ruling party plays down talk of war after talks on oi-rich Abyei region break down.
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