South Sudanese families go through Khartoum airport on Wednesday en route to the South's capital, Juba.
South Sudanese families go through Khartoum airport on Wednesday en route to the South's capital, Juba. AP
South Sudanese families go through Khartoum airport on Wednesday en route to the South's capital, Juba. AP

South Sudan, still in infancy, already a global problem child

June 13, 2012 12:00 AM

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