Artists campaign for Sudan unity

Musicians and painters call for unity ahead of south Sudan's referendum on independence.

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    Sudanese artists have launched their own campaign for maintaining Sudan's unity, a reality that has long evaded politicians in the country.

    The campaign comes as Sudan prepares to vote on a referendum next year on whether the south should gain independence from the north.

    Musicians, rappers, and painters call for solidarity and warn of grave consequences if the country splits. 

    Mohamed Vall reports from Khartoum, Sudan's capital.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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