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January 30, 2011 6:27 PM

As Sudan makes split official, popular anger sweeps north

Sudan will split into two new countries later this year, officials announced Sunday, marking the climax of a decade long peace process meant to end 50 years of conflict in Africa's largest country, even as political protests raised questions about the north's stability.

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