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Two years after a popular uprising in Sudan forced out Omar al Bashir, militias in the country refuse to put down their arms. Mistrustful of the transitional government, they demand justice in exchange for peace.
Two years ago, the Sudanese revolution toppled military leader Omar al-Bashir. Now, Sudanese people are fighting to keep the revolution alive amid economic turmoil, and with a government partially formed of al-Bashir’s forces.
While the men of the Nuba don uniforms and make war with the Sudanese government, their children look on in fear and confusion. As bombs rain down they dash with their mothers to find cover in mountain caves. Eleven-year-old Madina dreams of a brighter future but for her people that future is far off. This region of Sudan contains one of the world's most hidden wars and in this doc it's the child…
South Sudan is the newest nation on earth. Whilst it struggles with it's own teething troubles, it has become the world's most dangerous place to give birth.
As the government's assault on the Nuba Mountains continues, we bring the first evidence that President Al Bashir, already indicted by the ICC, is employing cluster bombs against innocent civilians.
Little over a month ago South Sudan celebrated its independence. But with widespread poverty and conflict with the North over oil-rich Abyei looming, building a new nation is not proving an easy task.
As a nation is born, the people of South Sudan have gathered on the streets to celebrate.
Amidst turmoil and conflict South Sudan readies for independence on 9th July. But with little infrastructure, ongoing violence and a border that is not agreed with the North, it still has many problems to solve.