Braving odds for South Sudan vote

Many who fled the civil war are returning despite grinding poverty to vote in referendum.

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    Many southern Sudanese who fled the region during the decades-long civil war are returning to the south to make their vote count in next year's referendum.

    Some politicians are hoping the homecomers will play a key role in swinging the vote towards South Sudan's independence.

    But, as Al Jazeera's Haru Mustasa explains from the regional capital, Juba, for many it has been a tough homecoming.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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