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  • Enough Co-founder John Prendergast talks about the birth of South Sudan, the creation of its flag, and the oil curse that might plague its future.

  • After decades of war and struggle, South Sudan became the world's newest nation on July 9, 2011. After the celebrations, the country faces major obstacles and much must be done to bring a permanent peace between both Sudans.

  • Chicago Bulls star Luol Deng, back in his native South Sudan for the country's independence, reflects on his life, basketball and his country, after giving a clinic to young players.

  • Chicago Bulls star Luol Deng, a native of South Sudan, is back in Juba to set up a basketball clinic for young South Sudanese and to celebrate independence of the world's newest nation. A day before the momentous event, Deng joins a practice game with young members of the NBA Africa basketball camp in Juba.

  • On July 9, South Sudan becomes independent after decades of war with the north. Heavy fighting has broken out anew, but South Sudanese are pausing to celebrate a day many thought would never come.

  • Kuol Monyjei, a medical assistant in Agok, south Sudan, searches for his family after Sudan Armed Forces stormed the Abyei area and displaced thousands from their homes.

  • Following the invasion and occupation of Abyei by Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) soldiers, thousands of displaced residents continued to suffer amid heavy rain, and Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers took up defensive positions in surrounding areas

  • Chicago Bulls star Luol Deng, himself a refugee from Sudan, speaks about the importance of providing Darfuri refugees with an education.

  • Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast visits a mine in eastern Congo and highlights the need for a system to certify Congo's minerals as conflict-free.

  • In a conversation in honor of Mother's Day, Javier Bardem discusses the world's most dangerous place for mothers and their daughters: the Congo.