Rumbek

 
The South starts picking up the pieces
The South starts picking up the pieces
The roads are carpeted by thick layers of dust. Tanks, military trucks and the skeletal remains of buildings dot the landscape. Welcome to Rumbek:...
Eco-tourists take to village life in India's 'Little Tibet'
Eco-tourists take to village life in India's 'Little Tibet'
Answering the call of nature over a pit of manure with no flush water in sight and learning how to churn butter may not be everyone's idea of a...
Sudan's peacetime allure is deadly too
Sudan's peacetime allure is deadly too
Hundreds of thousands of people lured back to southern Sudan have high hopes of peace after a 21-year civil war, but there are warnings of chronic...
Peace deal sparks investment in southern Sudan
Peace deal sparks investment in southern Sudan
The narrow gravel airstrip in this dusty, desolate town has been a hive of activity since rebel and government leaders signed a historic peace...
Repairing the roads less travelled
Repairing the roads less travelled
The construction of a road network for southern Sudan will be crucial to rebuilding a region that, after two decades of civil war, has virtually...

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