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"The Islam of Timbuktu was taken hostage"
30 Nov 2010 05:43 GMT | Africa, Sudan
As South Sudan prepares for its upcoming referendum on independence, a sizable number of southerners now living in the North say they don't want to take part in the vote.
Millions of South Sudanese fled north to Khartoum during the years of conflict.
And now many fear the vote could uproot them again, as Al Jazeera's Hoda Abdel Hamid explains.
Source: Al Jazeera
According to report at least 1,500 south Sudanese have fled areas along the north–south borders fearing aerial attacks.
Politics, Africa, Sudan
Khartoum accused of air raid on military base in bid to derail independence vote.
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