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Khartoum and Juba sign peace agreement
Sudan and South Sudan sign accord in a bid to restore peace
Last Modified: 28 Sep 2012 18:44

Sudan and South Sudan have been in a dispute over how to split oil profits.

They have crippled their own economies in the process and have also been driven to the brink of all out war.

The two countries have signed a deal that could go some way towards easing tension.

Al Jazeera's Harriet Martin reports from Khartoum.

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