S Sudan lists demands in oil row with north
Juba, which has halted oil production in dispute over transit fees, says Khartoum's freeing of tankers is not enough.
Last Modified: 31 Jan 2012 18:26

The US has called on Sudan and South Sudan to end their dispute over oil transit fees.

Sudan has released four oil tankers that belongs to the south as a gesture of goodwill.

But the government of South Sudan, which halted its oil production in protest over Khartoum allegedly stealing its fuel, says it will not start pumping again until a list of demands are met.

Anna Cavell reports from Juba, South Sudan's capital.

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