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Registration for Southern Sudan Referendum on Self-determination



<p>A South Sudanese demonstrates in favour of a separation between South and North Sudan ahead of the referendum scheduled for January 9, 2011 during the sixth day of registration in Juba, South Sudan, November 20, 2010. (Reuters).</p>

A South Sudanese demonstrates in favour of a separation between South and North Sudan ahead of the referendum scheduled for January 9, 2011 during the sixth day of registration in Juba, South Sudan, November 20, 2010. (Reuters).

<p>South Sudanese demonstrate in favour of a separation between South and North Sudan during the sixth day of registration before the referendum in Juba, South Sudan, November 20, 2010. (Reuters)</p>

South Sudanese demonstrate in favour of a separation between South and North Sudan during the sixth day of registration before the referendum in Juba, South Sudan, November 20, 2010. (Reuters)

<p>South Sudanese demonstrate in favour of a separation between South and North Sudan during the sixth day of registration in Juba, South Sudan, November 20, 2010. (Reuters).</p>

South Sudanese demonstrate in favour of a separation between South and North Sudan during the sixth day of registration in Juba, South Sudan, November 20, 2010. (Reuters).

<p>South Sudanese pray during a demonstration in favour of a separation between South and North Sudan during the sixth day of registration before the referendum in Juba, South Sudan, November 20, 2010. (Reuters)</p>

South Sudanese pray during a demonstration in favour of a separation between South and North Sudan during the sixth day of registration before the referendum in Juba, South Sudan, November 20, 2010. (Reuters)

<p>Officials from the South Sudan Referendum Commission (SSRC) speak with a voter during the fourth day of registration for the January 9, 2011 referendum, at a registration point in the southern Sudanese city of Juba November 18, 2010. (Reuters)</p>

Officials from the South Sudan Referendum Commission (SSRC) speak with a voter during the fourth day of registration for the January 9, 2011 referendum, at a registration point in the southern Sudanese city of Juba November 18, 2010. (Reuters)

<p>Officials from the South Sudan Referendum Commission (SSRC) speak with a voter during the fourth day of registration for the January 9, 2011 referendum, at a registration point in the southern Sudanese city of Juba November 18, 2010. (Reuters)</p>

Officials from the South Sudan Referendum Commission (SSRC) speak with a voter during the fourth day of registration for the January 9, 2011 referendum, at a registration point in the southern Sudanese city of Juba November 18, 2010. (Reuters)

<p>Newly enlisted military servicemen register to vote on the sixth day of South Sudan’s independence referendum at a registration point in Wau town of Baher Al Gazal State in South Sudan November 20, 2010. (Reuters).</p>

Newly enlisted military servicemen register to vote on the sixth day of South Sudan’s independence referendum at a registration point in Wau town of Baher Al Gazal State in South Sudan November 20, 2010. (Reuters).

<p>A group of Sudanese women rest aboard a boat enroute from Kosti to Juba, Friday, Nov. 19, 2010. They join thousands of southern Sudanese who have left northern Sudan in order to register and vote in southern Sudan’s independence referendum scheduled to take place on January 9, 2011. (AP)</p>

A group of Sudanese women rest aboard a boat enroute from Kosti to Juba, Friday, Nov. 19, 2010. They join thousands of southern Sudanese who have left northern Sudan in order to register and vote in southern Sudan’s independence referendum scheduled to take place on January 9, 2011. (AP)

<p>Southern Sudanese people load their possessions aboard boats as they make their way from Kosti to Juba, Friday, Nov. 19, 2010. (AP)</p>

Southern Sudanese people load their possessions aboard boats as they make their way from Kosti to Juba, Friday, Nov. 19, 2010. (AP)

<p>Officials from the South Sudan Referendum Commission (SSRC) use a car equipped with a megaphone to call for people to register to vote in an upcoming referendum during the third day of voting at Hajj Yosif locality in Khartoum November 17, 2010. (Reuters)</p>

Officials from the South Sudan Referendum Commission (SSRC) use a car equipped with a megaphone to call for people to register to vote in an upcoming referendum during the third day of voting at Hajj Yosif locality in Khartoum November 17, 2010. (Reuters)

<p>A registration poster of the South Sudan Referendum Commission (SSRC) is seen at a registration point in Khartoum November 17, 2010.(Reuters)</p>

A registration poster of the South Sudan Referendum Commission (SSRC) is seen at a registration point in Khartoum November 17, 2010.(Reuters)

<p>Officers wait inside a registration center during the third day of registration to vote in an upcoming referendum at a registration point in Khartoum November 17, 2010. (Reuters)</p>

Officers wait inside a registration center during the third day of registration to vote in an upcoming referendum at a registration point in Khartoum November 17, 2010. (Reuters)

<p>In this Thursday Nov 18 2010 photo a congregation of mostly northern Sudanese men during evening prayers at the main mosque in Malakal, southern Sudan. Merchants from northern Sudan say they are starting to feel like foreigners in Malakal, even before the south’s independence referendum could split Africa’s largest nation. (AP)</p>

In this Thursday Nov 18 2010 photo a congregation of mostly northern Sudanese men during evening prayers at the main mosque in Malakal, southern Sudan. Merchants from northern Sudan say they are starting to feel like foreigners in Malakal, even before the south’s independence referendum could split Africa’s largest nation. (AP)

<p>In this Thursday Nov 18 2010 photo a group of mostly northern Sudanese men during evening prayers at the main mosque in Malakal, southern Sudan Malakal is home to thousands of northerners, many of whom work as traders. (AP)</p>

In this Thursday Nov 18 2010 photo a group of mostly northern Sudanese men during evening prayers at the main mosque in Malakal, southern Sudan Malakal is home to thousands of northerners, many of whom work as traders. (AP)



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