There has been progress on settling the border between north and south Sudan, a dispute that has been amplified because significant oil revenue is in play.
From the BBC:
North and south Sudan have accepted a ruling by judges in The Hague which gives the north control of an oilfield.
The Permanent Court of Arbitration redrew the boundaries of Abyei region, which became a flashpoint during a 22-year-long war between north and south.
They reduced the size of the region, putting the Heglig oilfield outside of Abyei - where most of the population is said to be loyal to the south.
The north declared the ruling a victory while the south said it was satisfied. Previous coverage here.