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North Sudan arming border region
As the south votes on its future, the north is reportedly sending arms to the border.
Last Modified: 12 Jan 2011 20:35 GMT

In Sudan voting has continued for a fourth day in the week-long referendum. Officials in the south say the voter turnout has already reached more than 60 per cent.

That is the number needed to validate the results of a vote that could split the country in two.

There have been reports of troop build-up along the north-south border.

Nick Clark travelled to the sensitive South Kordofan to investigate.

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Al Jazeera
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