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PBS NewsHour | Violence Erupts in Sudan as National Split Nears | PBS

Duration: 02:32
Program: PBS NewsHour #10059
Broadcast Date: Jun. 28, 2011

In less than two weeks, Southern Sudan is due to become the world's newest nation, formally seceding from the North. The rival regions signed a peace agreement in 2005 to end a long civil war that killed 2 million people, but violence has erupted again. Margaret Warner reports.

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Post Date: June 30, 2011