Ugandan officials are moving many of the refugees to settlement camps and taking steps to vaccinate them against hepatitis E and polio
Uganda expels a Sudanese diplomat over accusations of espionage.
Event held each year to remember sacrifices made by 2 million people who died during long civil war
Country suffers from lack of modern facilities and large number of disabled
South Sudan's new Supreme Court chief justice, Chan Reec Madut, pledges reforms, admits to facing huge challenges
South Sudan Anti-Corruption Commission releases 2010 report detailing 18 million Sudanese pounds of government graft
Activists say women, who make up more than half of the population, need more than 25% of official positions
Consensus seems to be forming that the newly independent country will call itself 'South Sudan'
The 4 million registered voters in southern Sudan’s referendum come from all aspects of society – young and old, incarcerated and free
Residents express hope for the referendum on independence, urge others to cast their vote