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Military build-up in south Sudan
Al Jazeera uncovers footage of suspected arms convoys as south seems set to secede.
Last Modified: 12 Jan 2011 03:01 GMT

Al Jazeera has received footage of convoys, suspected of carrying arms, entering the state of South Kordofan.

The military build-up in the flash-point region directly contravenes the 2005 peace agreement between north and south Sudan which ended open warfare in the country.

In this exclusive report, Nick Clark investigates what that might mean for the future of Sudan.

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