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South Sudanese activists concern over delays in the swearing-in of new MPs

EDS: RETRANSMISSION TO CHANGE CREDIT TO TYLER HICKS -- Revelers cheer and wave flags as they celebrate their nation's independence in Juba, South Sudan, July 9, 2011. At 1:20 pm on Saturday, after more than five decades of an underdog, guerilla struggle and two million lives lost, the Republic of South Sudan, AfricaÕs 54th state, officially declared its independence. (Tyler Hicks/The New York Times)

South Sudanese activists raise concerns over delays in the swearing-in of new Members of Parliament; the Prime Minister of Sudan appoints three military governors in West Darfur, Northern Darfur and Blue Nile states; and Yei County residents plant tress to combat the negative effects of logging on the environment. 

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