Sudan and South Sudan have signed a treaty of non-aggression.
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Sudan and South Sudan sign treaty

Sudan and South Sudan have signed a treaty of non-aggression.

The accord, brokered by the African Union, is designed to reduce tensions between the two countries over oil.

South Sudan became independent in July, following decades of civil war.

James Copnall reports from Khartoum.

  • 11 Feb 2012
  • From the section World
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