Sudanese youth call for separation

In lead-up to referendum, south Sudanese air their call for independence.

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    Many young people in southern Sudan have joined the campaign for independence, and they are airing their message on their own radio station.

    The station was created by a group allied to the youth wing of the ruling SPLM.

    Calling themselves the South Sudan Youth For Separation, members of the group say they are in search of a separate homeland for the South Sudanese.

    But as Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Juba, southern Sudan, the group is still struggling to make their voices heard.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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