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Sudan's Omar al-Bashir to meet his Southern counterpart Salva Kiir in Addis Ababa to talk on border and oil.
Officials accuse unnamed UN staffer of publishing "unethical" reports, as UN calls expulsion a "breach of obligations".
We ask if optimism sparked by an oil deal will set the tone for both countries to start working on unresolved issues.
As officials are accused of stealing $4bn in state funds, we ask if corruption is undermining the new nation.
President Salva Kiir asks more than 75 former and current senior government officials to return an estimated $4bn.
Government spokesman says attacks have caused serious damage to oil-producing area claimed by both countries.
South Sudan says it is in control of disputed oil town and accuses the North of "indiscriminate bombing".
Implementation of decision, which comes amid deepening row with Khartoum over pipeline fees, "will not be immediate".
Security forces impose their own rules on local reporters in the absence of any media laws.
Flurry of pre-independence activity in the capital of South Sudan, as workers clean up and dignitaries arrive.
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