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  • Video obtained by the Enough Project shows the aftermath of fighting in the villages of Maker Abior and Todach.

  • Residents of Abyei are fleeing fresh clashes and coping with frustration over the lack of supplies. Traders are losing business.

  • The referendum in southern Sudan was successful. Scenes of jubilant voters erupted across the South. But the disputed region of Abyei remains tense. Displaced people returning to the South have been attacked by armed militias.

  • Mawien Tong, a 23-year-old medical student in Khartoum, was trying to link up with his family in the South. After a harrowing bus journey he finally made it to Abyei, telling a story of looting, intimidation, rape and gunfire.

  • Deng Arop, Chief Administrator for Abyei, tells the Enough Project that disarmament is the key immediate issue to achieve peace in Abyei, the disputed border area between North and South Sudan.

  • In this narrated slideshow, the Enough Project's Laura Heaton reports from in and around Juba, South Sudan, as the region holds its independence referendum.

  • Sen. John Kerry, actor/activist George Clooney and Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast hold a press conference Jan. 9 in Juba, South Sudan, as the region holds an independence referendum.

  • As South Sudan votes on its independence, Enough Project co-founder John Prendergast warns of the potential for renewed violence in Abyei to spark a wider war in the wake of the referendum.

  • Thanks to your support this year, the Enough Project made substantial progress toward ending some of Africa's worst human rights abuses. Stand with the Enough Project today, http://bit.ly/ebXMnb

  • Luol Deng of the Chicago Bulls, a refugee of the war between north and south Sudan, calls for peace in his home country, as an independence referendum for the south draws near.