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The 22-year old made a total of 16 first-team appearances for the Gunners

South Sudan eases crisis by withdrawing from disputed oil area

South Sudan has ignored a number of provocations including the bombing of civilian targets

Sudan launches attacks on South Sudan

The Arab League said it would hold an emergency meeting over the increasing violence between Sudan and South Sudan. The south reported new skirmishes even as Sudan's president increased his threats of war toward the south.

Rebels fighting Sudan's army for control of Heglig

Two Sudans braced for all-out war as the South seizes disputed oil field

Khartoum has vowed to recapture a disputed oil field as fighting along the border between the two Sudans threatens to turn a rancorous divorce into an all-out war.

Southern Sudan stronghold seized as border clashes escalate

Officials in Khartoum are claiming to have seized an area sympathetic to South Sudan as clashes spread along the border yesterday.

Sudan and South fight over oil-rich border region

South Sudan said today it had repulsed an attempt by the Sudanese army to retake the disputed oil-producing border area of Heglig, which the southern army seized earlier this week.

South Sudan defiant after winning battle for disputed oilfield

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir refused yesterday to withdraw his country's troops from a disputed border region with neighbouring Sudan, heightening fears of a full-scale conflict between the nations.

Sudan's split has made half a million people foreigners in their own land

Sudan's painful divorce has created more than half a million stateless orphans as a deadline passed for those the north considers southerners to leave or register as foreigners.

South Sudan minister, Barnaba Marial Benjamin: 'They are continuing bombing villages'

South Sudan oil regions 'bombed by north'

Sudan is bombing oil-rich regions of South Sudan in order to scare away American and Chinese investors, South Sudanese officials have claimed, as Barack Obama expressed concern about the growing tensions between the two countries.

Joseph Kony, leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA)

5,000 extra troops hunt Kony in jungle

The African Union has assembled 5,000 soldiers to join in the hunt for Joseph Kony, pictured, leader of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA). It aims to remove the LRA from central Africa's vast jungle.

The Ugandan leader of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), Joseph Kony

Hunt for Kony raises fears over safety of child 'bodyguards'

Attempts to capture Joseph Kony, the Ugandan warlord who is the target of an internet campaign demanding that he face justice, may lead to the killings of child soldiers he uses as his bodyguards and would thus be opposed by the United Nations.

George Clooney released after arrest at Sudan protest in Washington

Hollywood star George Clooney and his father were released tonight following their arrest at a demonstration in Washington.

Sand and deliver: Yamile Aldama puts pressure on her rivals with a second-round jump of 14.82 metres in Istanbul

Aldama is worth her wait in gold

'Sweet moment' for Cuban-born athlete as she finally tastes success for Britain in triple-jump

Luol Deng of the Chicago Bulls wears a t-shirt with the likeness of Africa during player introductions for the 2012 NBA All-Star Game

Basketball: T-shirt stunt may cost Deng dear

Great Britain's Luol Deng said he was happy to risk an NBA fine for wearing a T-shirt honouring Africa during the pre-match introductions at the All-Star Game on Sunday.

Luol Deng drives for a shot attempt

Basketball: Great Britain's Luol Deng could face fine after All-Star game

Great Britain's Luol Deng was happy to risk an NBA fine after wearing a T-shirt honouring Africa during the pre-game introductions at the All-Star game.

Trafigura says court ruling solves tanker dispute

Trafigura, the oil trader, said that a tanker carrying disputed Sudanese oil has received permission from an English court to deliver the contents to its destination and that proceeds will be held by the court until ownership is established.

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