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KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Aid organisations need to prepare to support a likely new independent state and deal with possible violence around next year's referendum on secession for southern Sudan, an advocacy group said on Thursday.
U.S.-based Refugees International said planning for the choice of independence was viewed as controversial for aid agencies, the United Nations and donors, but that they seemed unprepared for what is becoming a more and more likely scenario.