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Southern Sudan's independence hope

In under two months, the people of southern Sudan are due to choose whether they want to establish a new country.

They will vote in a referendum to determine whether the south breaks away from the Arab dominated north.

There are fears the process may create instability in Africa's largest country.

The BBC's Will Ross reports from Juba.

  • 17 Nov 2010
  • From the section Africa
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