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Sudan to mull north-south confederation after vote.

Summary: KHARTOUM, July 10, 2010, SPA -- Northern and southern Sudanese leaders on Saturday said they would consider forming a confederation or a common market if southerners chose to declare independence in an upcoming referendum, Reuters reported. Citizens of the country&'s oil-producing south...

Northern and southern Sudanese leaders on Saturday said they would consider forming a confederation or a common market if southerners chose to declare independence in an upcoming referendum, Reuters reported. Citizens of the country's oil-producing south are six months away from a vote on whether to stay part of Sudan or split away as an independent state

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Date:Jul 10, 2010
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