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SPECIAL COVERAGE: South Sudan decides

Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation - Fri, 7 Jan 2011 06:10 PM
Author: Thomson Reuters Foundation journalists
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Southern Sudan holds a referendum on Sunday on whether to stay or separate from Sudan. The vote, part of a 2005 peace deal ending two decades of war between the northern Khartoum government and southern rebels, is widely expected to favour independence. Here is a selection of articles from AlertNet and others. For latest news click here and refresh page.

Humanitarian situation

Could independence signal end of hunger in south Sudan? - Katy Migiro, AlertNet

South Sudanese hope for better health care with independence - Katy Migiro, AlertNet

South Sudanese face tough homecoming - Katy Migiro, AlertNet

South Sudanese welcomed home but reintegration poses problems - Katy Migiro, AlertNet

Number of Sudanese heading south tops 120,000- UNHCR

South Sudan needs more aid for returnees-relief groups - Reuters

INTERVIEW-U.N. fears mass migration if Sudan vote sparks war - Reuters

Southern returnee deluge leaves aid workers in a quandary- IRIN

South Sudan: Which way for aid work? - ECHO

Violence will turn clock back in south Sudan - Plan International

South Sudan: Happy to be home - ECHO

Re-impowering the southern chiefs - IRIN

War-weary southern exiles reluctant to return - Reuters

SLIDESHOW: Aid workers' concerns - AlertNet

Politics, economy and background

North, south could form EU-style pact, says Bashir – Reuters

INTERVIEW: S. Sudan must embrace democracy to survive, says Carter - Reuters

ANALYSIS: Sudan vote unlikely to be embraced as precedent - Reuters

ANALYSIS-East Africa poised to tap a reborn south Sudan - Reuters

INTERVIEW-Sudan needs common authority after split-ex-VP – Reuters

New Sudan oil deal must ensure transparency-report - Reuters

Sudan unity efforts have failed: presidential aide - Reuters

U.S. to help south Sudan if it chooses independence - Reuters

ANALYSIS-Sudan vote tests Obama's Africa diplomacy - Reuters

INTERVIEW-West offers incentives for Sudan action on peace - Reuters

ANALYSIS-South Sudan's economy to be vulnerable after split - Reuters

What they're saying about Sudan referendum - IRIN

S.Sudan fighters sign truce ahead of independence vote - Reuters

Factboxes and Q+As

FACTBOX: Sudan’s independence referendum

Q+A: How will secession of south affect Sudan's north?

SCENARIOS-Sudan's southern independence referendum- Reuters

The United Nation's role in Sudan - Reuters

FACTBOX: Key political risks to watch in Sudan

Other stories

Clooney, Google, UN watch Sudan using satellites - Reuters

FEATURE-Sudanese youth offer hope for peace despite split- Reuters

Rapper Emmanuel Jal enlists global stars to work on south Sudan- Reuters


 

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