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ECONOMY This year, the border of Sudan and South Sudan opened. Six years after the Second Sudanese Civil War, South Sudan seceded, and the borders closed. In January, the borders opened after South Sudanese forces claimed three miles of disputed land on the border. President al-Bashir decided to cut transit fees on the oil from the South that passes through Sudanese territory by pipeline in the Red Sea, which made South Sudan retreat their troops.

ECONOMY This year, the border of Sudan and South Sudan opened. Six years after the Second Sudanese Civil War, South Sudan seceded, and the borders closed. In January, the borders opened after South Sudanese forces claimed three miles of disputed land on the border. President al-Bashir decided to cut transit fees on the oil from the South that passes through Sudanese territory by pipeline in the Red Sea, which made South Sudan retreat their troops.

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