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Ugandan rebel force has gained international notoriety for murdering, raping and kidnapping thousands of civilians.
Politicians and journalists reflect on Sudan's 2011 separation, the underlying reasons for the split, and its toll.
We trace the reasons for the split between north and South Sudan and its impact on the lives of ordinary South Sudanese.
After decades in the military and politics, the man known for his cowboy hat became South Sudan's first leader.
Satellite images show details of a recent assault on the town of Abu Zabad.
Two kidnapped officers freed after being held by "outlaws" for 136 days in troubled Darfur region.
Ban Ki-moon is calling for an investigation after one peacekeeper was killed and three others wounded in an ambush.
Attack kills four Nigerian soldiers and wounds eight, one critically, according to UN mission in Sudan's western region.
Admission comes after foreign ministry denied security presence in the region and UN called for Sudan's withdrawal.
Negotiators meet in Addis Ababa amid fresh exchange of allegations and a Sudanese troop pullout from contested region.
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