Sudan set to resume security talks with south

ADDIS ABABA - Sudan and South Sudan were set to resume security talks late on Sunday, with Khartoum demanding that its southern neighbour cut ties with rebels on its territory.
The two nations signed agreements in September to secure their disputed border and resume oil exports from the south after clashes brought them close to full-scale war in April.
It was the worst violence since the South seceded last year under a 2005 peace deal that ended decades of civil war.