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Immigrants bear brunt of Sudan crisis
Amid growing distrust between rival Sudans, people from both sides are being forced to leave homes behind.
South Sudan VP speaks on deal with Sudan
Riek Machar Teny-Dhurgon speaks to Al Jazeera about details of trade and oil deal beteen Juba and Khartoum.
Southern Kordofan: Unfinished Business
With exclusive access, Al Jazeera investigates a hidden war in the remote state of Southern Kordofan in Sudan.
A fragmented Sudan?
The government has banned the country's main opposition party following fighting with armed rebels in two states.
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Al Jazeera obtains footage of governor of Southern Kordofan apparently condoning war crimes in orders to Sudanese army.
President Salva Kiir's remarks follow reports that Sudan fighter jets launched new air strikes on disputed border area.
Al Jazeera travels to volatile border with Sudan during break in Khartoum's bombing campaign.
President Salva Kiir says his forces did not damage the contested Heglig oilfield because it belongs to South Sudan.
Thousands fleeing to refugee camps as tensions continue to rise between Sudan and South Sudan.
Ban Ki-moon condemns Sudanese air raids on the South as President Bashir rejects talks in favour of "guns and bullets".
Sudanese parliament calls for recapture of Heglig oilfield seized by South Sudanese forces as border clashes continue.
Aid workers say refugees fleeing South Kordofan into South Sudan's Yida remain close to conflict zone.
Efforts on to cement ties with the South by the North's traditional ally and biggest player in region's oil industry.
As violence escalates along the border, we ask what the implications would be for both countries.
South Sudan says it is in control of disputed oil town and accuses the North of "indiscriminate bombing".
Has the Arab Spring reached the country?
All-out war feared as both countries continue to accuse each other over last week's border clashes.
Officials from Sudan and South Sudan to meet in Addis Ababa on Thursday with view to ending hostilities along border.
Deal to allow South Sudan to resume oil exports through Sudan months after dispute over transit fees.
Khartoum says it wants to agree on border security first before discussing any oil or financial deal.
UN Security Council expresses alarm that fighting could escalate into new war as Bashir cancels Juba visit for talks.
Thousands flee to mountains, fearing Sudanese attacks, as Al Jazeera finds homes burnt down and crops destroyed.
Displaced villagers say Sudanese army has launched deliberate campaign to bomb and starve civilians in disputed region.
Threat of military action made after claim by rebels they killed 150 Sudanese soldiers in attack on government base.
Khartoum and Juba sign memorandum of understanding regarding disputed border, as talks continue over oil pipeline fees.
As many as 37 people killed when fight breaks out at UN-brokered negotiations meant to solve disputes over cattle theft.
Juba, which has halted oil production in dispute over transit fees, says Khartoum's freeing of tankers is not enough.
Dispute between former enemies seen as major threat to peace in Africa as both sides are seen acting out of desperation.