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Topic: Southern Sudan
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Sudan turns to oil, China, and food exports to ease economic crisis
The LRA and the most popular Africa legislation in recent US history
Why Obama is sending troops to Africa – a closer look
South Sudan, darling of the West, faces charges of political repression
What US manhunt for LRA leaders reveals about Obama's war strategy
LRA leader Joseph Kony: Why Obama sent US troops to Uganda to get him
Sudan, South Sudan take step toward resolving border and oil disputes
South Sudan worries it could become breeding ground for terrorism
South Sudan could shake up Nile River status quo
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Sudanese government cracks down on remaining southern sympathizers
After Obama speech, Sarkozy pushes new plan for Mideast peace in a year
Sudanese government forces defy withdrawal schedule for Abyei
A new friend for Israel in... South Sudan
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How the US-Ugandan strategy of chasing the LRA backfires
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Five myths about Africa
Darfur ... and now more genocide in Sudan?
South Sudan: 5 key questions answered
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