Some north Sudanese flee south

Fearing violence, some who have lived in the south for years, pack up and head back north.

    South Sudan's leader has called for the protection of all northerners who remain in the region.

    But many are still leaving, unsure of their future in an independent Southern Sudan.

    Al Jazeera's Casey Kauffman met some north Sudanese traders in the south Sudanese town of Aweil.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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