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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.
As Southern Sudan votes overwhelmingly for independence, will the country witness the birth of a prosperous new nation, or a return to an old war? The population are optimistic but they face serious challenges.
Valentino Deng's courageous escape from the South Sudanese War has inspired a best-selling novel, and won him celebrity. He's now using the proceeds from the novel to help rebuild his ailing homeland.
At this crucial time for Sudan, we take a look back at the landmark elections; with cries of corruption still ringing in the air, and other voices, which describe the elections as the beginning of peace.