This section features further interviews on video with key experts on Sudan. You will see also Sudanese rebels, politicians, and warlords; women going to vote for the first time in their lives; and footage of daily life in South Sudan shot in 2007 and 2008 in IDP camps, as well as in towns and villages. Following the jubilant birth of the world’s newest nation, South Sudan, after the Southern Sudanese voted to secede from Sudan proper, South Sudan has erupted into a brutal civil war, and the lives of the people you see in these videos have once again been torn apart. For further reading and insight into the present situation in South Sudan please take a look at The New York Times’ Marc Santora’s most recent report from June 22, 2015, titled: “As South Sudan Crisis Worsens, ‘There Is No More Country’”

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