Sudan's 'Lost Boy' finds God, changes nation

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MOIS BRIDGE, Kenya — Two years ago, South Sudan became a new nation, having won its independence from Sudan. Since then, thousands of former revolutionary soldiers have immigrated to the United States. But one soldier, John Garang, stayed to build a new nation.

During a recent visit to his homeland, Garang pointed out a memorial dedicated to his uncle of the same name and that of the current Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. He told News Correspondent Russ Jones that they represented men who spearheaded the revolution which led to South Sudan's independence.


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