by Charles T. Moses onJanuary 10, 2011
As the erstwhile nation votes to separate itself from Sudan after years of bloody genocide, hope springs eternal -- even for George Clooney.
by Zachariah Mampilly onJanuary 10, 2011
History in the making: After decades of war and genocide, Southern Sudanese lined up to vote on a referendum divorcing them from the rest of Sudan.
by Charles T. Moses onJanuary 7, 2011
Will the upcoming referendum in Southern Sudan herald a brand-new future for Africa's 55th nation? Or does it mean the start of another really bloody civil war?
by Sunni M. Khalid onJanuary 7, 2011
The upcoming referendum on Southern independence from Sudan has divided black Americans interested in affairs on the African continent, pitting African-American Muslims against black Christians. Call it Louis Farrakhan vs. the Rev. Al Sharpton.
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