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June 13, 2011 7:01 PM

Reports find military buildup at Sudan's north-south border

Offering grave signs that Sudan may slide back into war, the southern Sudanese military is repositioning its forces toward the country's tense north-south border, and it alleges that the north is building up its troops on the other side, according to internal United Nations documents obtained by McClatchy.

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