Sudanese army seizes southern Libyan town - Telegraph
It seems Sudan is trying to reestablish itself in the global oil market. With South Sudan to become an independent country on the 9th, Sudan will lose a vast majority of it's oil production with it. People are speculating that they are taking advantage of the situation in Libya and trying gain some of Libya's oil fields.Officials overseeing the no-fly zone enforced by Nato over Libya said the Sudanese move north of border had not encountered resistance from troops loyal to Col Muammar Gaddafi.
Officials said control of the town of Kufra and nearby military base granted the Sudanese a key strategic foothold between the regime and the opposition Transitional National Council (TNC) which holds the eastern seaboard and a series of rebel enclaves.
They seem to be rogue in this. Not siding with the NTC or Ghadaffi.