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South Sudan

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    • Republic of South Sudan
    • Southern Sudan
    • Suid-Soedan
    • Republiek van Suid-Soedan
    • Südsudan
    • جنوب السودان
    • Janūb al-Sudān
    • Sudán d'o Sud
    • Sudán del Sur
    • República de Sudán del Sur
    • Югалъулаб Судан
    • I͡Ugalʺulab Sudan
    • Cänubi Sudan
    • Lâm Sudan
    • Lâm Sudan Kiōng-hô-kok
    • Паўднёвы Судан
    • Paŭdni͡ovy Sudan
    • Рэспубліка Паўднёвы Судан
    • Rėspublika Paŭdni͡ovy Sudan
    • Habagatan Sudan
    • Republika nin Habagatan Sudan
    • Južni Sudan
    • Republika Južni Sudan
    • Džanūb as-Sūdān
    • Soudan ar Su
    • Susoudan
    • Republik Soudan ar Su
    • Южен Судан
    • I͡Uzhen Sudan
    • Република Южен Судан
    • Republika I͡Uzhen Sudan
    • Sudan del Sud
    • República del Sudan del Sud
    • КІaнтІaр Судан
    • Kăntăr Sudan
    • Jižní Súdán
    • Republika Jižní Súdán
    • De Sudan
    • Sydsudan
    • Republikken Sydsudan
    • Republik Südsudan
    • Shádiʼááhjí Soodą́ą
    • Lõuna-Sudaan
    • Lõuna-Sudaani Vabariik
    • Ντ̔̈«”ϐϐ·τιο Σουδτ̔̈«”αϐ·ν
    • Notio Soudan
    • Δημοκραττ̔̈«”αε·α του Ντ̔̈«”ϐϐ·τιου Σουδτ̔̈«”αϐ·ν
    • Dēmokratia tou Notiou Soudan
    • Sud-Sudano
    • Suda Sudano
    • Sudán del Sul
    • Hego Sudan
    • Hego Sudango Errepublika
    • Suðursudan
    • Lýðveldið Suðursudan
    • Soudan du Sud
    • République du Soudan du Sud
    • Sud-Soudan
    • Súd-Sûdan
    • Súdáin Theas
    • Poblacht na Súdáine Theas
    • Toodaan Yiass
    • Pobblaght ny Soodaan Jiass
    • Sudan-a-Deas
    • Sudán do Sur
    • República de Sudán do Sur
    • Sudan Selatan
    • Republik Sudan Selatan
    • Suður-Súdan
    • Lýðveldið Suður-Súdan
    • Sudan Meridionale
    • דרום סודאן
    • Derom Sudan
    • Darom Sudan
    • Etelä-Sudan
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        (thesoz) National state
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        (eurovocen) State
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        (stw) State
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    • found: South Sudan : how do you set up a nation?, via BBC News Africa website, July 8, 2011(On 9 July [2011], the Republic of South Sudan will become the world's newest nation state, formally seceding from Sudan)
    • found: South Sudan, the newest nation, is full of hope and problems, via New York times, July 7, 2011, viewed July 8, 2011(Republic of South Sudan, the world's newest country and Africa's 54th state; will declare independence on Saturday [July 9, 2011])
    • found: Colin Powell to join US delegation to South Sudan, via Associated Press website, July 6, 2011, viewed July 8, 2011(U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice will lead the delegation to Juba, the capital of the newly formed Southern Sudan [to attend] ceremonies marking the independence of the world's newest nation)
    • found: Wikipedia, July 8, 2011(Southern Sudan is expected to become an independent country on 9 July 2011. Upon independence, the country is expected to be named Republic of South Sudan)
    • found: The Transitional Constitution of the Republic of South Sudan, 2011, 2011, via WWW, July 8, 2011:p. 2 (South Sudan is a sovereign and independent Republic, and it shall be known as "The Republic of South Sudan"; territory of the Republic of South Sudan comprises all lands and air space that constituted the three former Southern Provinces of Bahr el Ghazal, Equatoria and Upper Nile in their boundaries as they stood on Jan. 1, 1956, and the Abyei Area, the territory of the nine Ngok Dinka chiefdoms transferred from Bahr el Ghazal Province to Kordofan Province in 1905 as defined by the Abyei Arbitration Tribunal Award of July 2009) -
    • found: Wikipedia, July 21, 2011(South Sudan, officially the Republic of South Sudan; became an independent state on 9 July 2011; became a United Nations member state on 14 July 2011) Afrikaans page (Suid-Soedan; Republiek van Suid-Soedan) Alemannic page (Südsudan) Arabic page (جنوب السودان = Janڶub al-Sudڶan) Aragonese page (Sudڳan d'o Sud) Asturian page (Sudڳan del Sur; Repڳublica de Sudڳan del Sur) Avar page (Югалъулаб Судан = ЋIЌUgalulab Sudan) Azerbaijani page (CЈanubi Sudan [in rom.]) Min Nan page (LЄam Sudan; LЄam Sudan KiЅong-hЄo-kok) Belarusian page (Паўднёвы Судан = PaІudnЋiЌovy Sudan; Рэспубліка Паўднёвы Судан = RЇespublika PaІudnЋiЌovy Sudan) Central Bicolano page (Habagatan Sudan; Republika nin Habagatan Sudan) Bosnian page (JuЉzni Sudan; Republika JuЉzni Sudan; DЉzanЅub as-SЅudЅan [in rom.]) Breton page (Soudan ar Su; Susoudan; Republik Soudan ar Su) Bulgarian page (Южен Судан = ЋIЌUzhen Sudan; Република Южен Судан = Republika ЋIЌUzhen Sudan) Catalan page (Sudan del Sud; RepЃublica del Sudan del Sud) Chuvash page (КІaнтІaр Судан = KІantІar Sudan) Czech page (JiЉznЃi SЃudЃan; Republika JiЉznЃi SЃudЃan) Welsh page (De Sudan)
    • found: GEOnet, July 21, 2011(South Sudan, Republic of (approved), South Sudan (short); independent political entity; 08°00ʹ00ʺN 030°00ʹ00ʺE = 8° 30°)
    • found: Wikipedia, Oct. 18, 2011Danish page (Sydsudan; Republikken Sydsudan) German page (Südsudan; Republik Südsudan) Navajo page (Shádiʼááhjí Soodą́ą) Estonian page (Lõuna-Sudaan; Lõuna-Sudaani Vabariik) Greek page (Ντ̔̈«”ϐϐ·τιο Σουδτ̔̈«”αϐ·ν = Notio Soudan; Δημοκρατια του Νοτιου Σουδαν = Dēmokratia tou Notiou Soudan) Spanish page (Sudán del Sur; República de Sudán del Sur) Esperanto page (Sud-Sudano; alternative Suda Sudano) Extremaduran page (Sudán del Sul) Basque page (Hego Sudan; Hego Sudango Errepublika) Faroese page (Suðursudan; Lýðveldið Suðursudan) French page (Soudan du Sud; République du Soudan du Sud; commonly called Sud-Soudan) West Frisian page (Súd-Sûdan) Irish page (An tSúdáin Theas; Poblacht na Súdáine Theas) Manx page (Yn Toodaan Yiass; Pobblaght ny Soodaan Jiass) Scottish Gaelic page (Sudan-a-Deas) Galician page (Sudán do Sur; República de Sudán do Sur) Croatian page (Južni Sudan) Ido page (Sud-Sudan) Indonesian page (Sudan Selatan; Republik Sudan Selatan) Icelandic page (Suður-Súdan; Lýðveldið Suður-Súdan) Italian page (Sudan del Sud; sometimes called Sud Sudan or Sudan Meridionale) Hebrew page (דרום סודאן = Derom Sudan (or Darom Sudan))
    • found: The world factbook, via WWW, July 9, 2018(South Sudan. Location: East-Central Africa; south of Sudan, north of Uganda and Kenya, west of Ethiopia. Geographic coordinates: 8 00 N, 30 00 E; conventional long form: Republic of South Sudan; government type: presidential republic)
    • found: YSO places, via WWW, July 9, 2018(South Sudan; Etelä-Sudan (Finnish); Sydsudan (Swedish)) -
    • notfound: Government of Southern Sudan website, Jan. 4, 2011 (Government of Southern Sudan; Southern Sudan; GoSS; South Sudan);Draft Interim Constitution of Southern Sudan, 2005, via WWW, Jan. 4, 2011: p. 3 (The territory of Southern Sudan comprises of all lands and areas that constituted the former three Southern Provinces of Bahr el Ghazal, Equatorial and Upper Nile in their boundaries as they stood on Jan. 1, 1956; Southern Sudan is a decentralized territory comprising of ten states) p. 4 (Government of Southern Sudan);Wikipedia, Jan. 4, 2011 (Southern Sudan (officially known as the Government of Southern Sudan) is an autonomous region in Sudan);GEOnet, July 8, 2011
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    • 2011-07-08: new
    • 2018-07-10: revised
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