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Friday, 4 November 2011

Sudan rebels fight to maintain a military fortress

Sudanese government forces against rebels in the volatile state of the Blue Nile to keep up their fight, the soldiers after Khartoum and the insurgents from a stronghold in the throat, local media report Friday said. Sudan People's Liberation Movement - North (SPLM-n), in which the newly-independent South Sudan in Khartoum, admitted that they are 'strategic' Kurmuk to retire, and that is supported by the Sudanese army is now being controlled by their former stronghold.

The Sudanese army said in a statement that it "fully and in a safe-city, near the border areas that lie ithiopiya was conducted. The Blue Nile in the Sudan after the break-up and a new building south of the country to war in June pratyaksikarana one area. The region - including both oil-rich areas of the country's coveted - they belong to the preferred status of the referendum was promised, so they may decide that, but it was not the place to vote.

Alarms raised concern about the growing violence along the border between the two countries that include a new war could break. Severely underdeveloped in southern Sudan, the United Nations that will be able to increase the peace, and there, Juba and Khartoum to resolve the issue has been open.