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Sudan rebels fight for new country
The Justice and Equality Movement says it is fighting to equal out wealth and power.
Last Modified: 15 May 2010 12:08 GMT

The Justice and Equality Movement rebel groupis a powerful force in Sudan, with a large array of weaponry and trucks.

The group says it wants to create a new country - the United Regions of Sudan (URS) - and redistribute local wealth more fairly.

Al Jazeera's May Welsh reports exclusively from the Chad-Sudan border.

Original air date: April 15, 2009

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Al Jazeera
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