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A tense situation in Sudan

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Civil war came to an end in Sudan three years ago. It had lasted for 21 years. Two million people died and twice as many were forced from their homes. Now there is a real danger that it will all begin again. Correspondent Mike Thomson interviews the Catholic archbishop of the country's southern city of Juba, Paulino Lukudu Loro. This is an extended interview about what life was like in South Sudan then and now.

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