In the south, the parliament voted to double its budget to cover military spending, and the north spent 20 percent of its budget on the military.
At least three Chinese oil workers were killed by Darfur rebels Monday, according to the Sudanese government.
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Critics say The International Criminal Court's move Monday to indict Sudan's president for war crimes may hamper peace.
A Save the Children report says that efforts to prevent the abuse of children in Haiti, Ivory Coast, and South Sudan are falling short.