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President Salva Kiir says his forces did not damage the contested Heglig oilfield because it belongs to South Sudan.
President Salva Kiir's remarks follow reports that Sudan fighter jets launched new air strikes on disputed border area.
Ban Ki-moon condemns Sudanese air raids on the South as President Bashir rejects talks in favour of "guns and bullets".
Twenty-five employees of Egyptian cement factory released, days after 17 other workers escape capture in Sudan.
Incident in North Kordofan state in which six crew members died blamed on fire caused by "technical failure".
Sudanese army claims strategic victory in lake Jau area in its war against rebels in the state of South Kordofan.
Mobile phone pictures show civilians killed in bombing by Sudan forces.
In the religiously mixed border towns residents fear they will be on the frontline of any post-referendum violence.
Maggie Fick and Pete Muller
Call for troop deployment along border with the north comes amid tensions in run-up to independence referendum.

The Sudanese government has given Jan Pronk, the United Nations envoy to the country, three days to leave, Sudan's official news agency says.

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