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AU-brokered agreement, to be implemented within two weeks, comes a year after South shut down oil trade with North.
Hundreds without clear legal status travelling to Khartoum ahead of flight to South, aid group says.
President Omar al-Bashir imposes trade embargo on South Sudan and suspends constitution in southern border region.
Khartoum accuses the men, including one UN staffer, of helping the South Sudan army.
US president's call comes as Sudan's Bashir dismisses South's claims of Heglig withdrawal, saying its army was defeated.
Main oilfield retaken by Sudan's army, as President Bashir threatens to keep pipelines closed to South's crude exports.
Meeting to bring together foreign ministers to discuss wave of violence between two nations over oil-rich Heglig.
President says Khartoum will not give up an inch of land, as Ban Ki-moon condemns South Sudan's capture of Heglig
President vows to overthrow "insect" government of Sudan's neighbour as tension rises along the border.
Threat of military action made after claim by rebels they killed 150 Sudanese soldiers in attack on government base.
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