South Sudan Accuses Sudan of Breaking New Peace Pact

South Sudan is accusing its neighbour of attacks, in the wake of artillery and air-strikes in the city of Jau, despite a peace pact being signed.

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South Sudanese protest against Khartoum (file photo): Within days of the signing of a non-aggression pact, South Sudan officials are accusing Khartoum of bombing a town in Unity State.

  • South Sudan:  Juba Official Blames Khartoum for Air Raids

    The Citizen, 14 February 2012

    The Sudan armed forces launched an aerial bombardment within territories of South Sudan most specifically on the town of Jau in Pariang County of Unity State, said the commissioner ... read more »

  • Sudan:  Unity State Governor - 'Oil-Starved' Khartoum Attacked Jau

    Sudan Tribune, 13 February 2012

    The governor of Unity state in South Sudan disclosed to Sudan Tribune that Khartoum's forces attacked Jau payam [district] last Friday. read more »

  • Sudan:  UN Welcomes Khartoum-Juba Non-Aggression Pact

    UN News Service, 13 February 2012

    Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the signing of a non-aggression and cooperation pact between the governments of Sudan and South Sudan and urged both countries to ... read more »

  • Sudan:  Khartoum And Juba Sign Peace Pact

    The Moment, 11 February 2012

    SUDAN and South Sudan have signed a non-aggression pact, the chief mediator at crisis talks between the two said. read more »

  • Sudan:  'Peace Pact' Signed by Two Sudans

    This Day, 11 February 2012

    Sudan and South Sudan have signed a non-aggression pact, the chief mediator at crisis talks between the two says. read more »

  • Sudan:  Khartoum and Juba Sign Non-Aggression Pact

    Sudan Tribune, 10 February 2012

    The governments of Sudan and South Sudan have signed a non-aggression treaty in the Ethiopian capital that is hoped to de-escalate growing tensions between the neighbouring states. read more »

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