The difficult journey to S Sudan

Many people wanting to vote in the referendum made the journey from the north, but for some the trek was arduous.

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    Tens of thousands of southern Sudanese have returned home in the lead-up to the referendum.

    Many of them say they were treated as second-class citizens in the north.

    Al Jazeera's Casey Kauffman joined 20-year old Angelo Angwei as he arrived back in his homeland for the first time.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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