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Secession in the South, coup in the North

In the minds of those who brokered the 2005 peace agreement, the national election in April 2010 should have had a calming effect ahead of the South Sudan self-determination referendum in 2011. This scenario has now gone adrift, because there [...] (783 words)
Issue dated 13/02/2010 Reading time 4 minutes
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