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Missing Colonial Map, Charged Border Dispute

Debate has flared up about maps allegedly taken by the British after Sudan became independent in 1956. While some believe the historic documents could ease ongoing border disputes, researchers doubt they exist at all.

Joseph Edward discusses the issue of missing colonial-era maps of the South Sudan border.

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