On July 9 2011, the world welcomed the Republic of South Sudan as Africa’s newest independent nation. A year on from South Sudan’s secession from Sudan, the independence celebrations are already a distant memory as tears of joy quickly turned to tears of sadness. Less than a decade after the end of a bitterly fought civil war, Sudan and South Sudan are once again poised to return to full-scale con
One year of South Sudan
Aleteia - published on 07/15/13
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