Power in South Sudan

ABYEI, SOUTH SUDAN - January 14: As the sun fades, Southern Sudanese patons gather at the few shops with generator-produced electricity on January 14, 2011 in Abyei, Sudan. As Southern Sudan took to the polls for its historic independence referendum, the referendum for Abyei - which straddles the disputed border between North and South Sudan - was indefinitely put on hold as the north and south could not conclude who was eligible to vote. Two rival ethnic groups claim the right to belong here Ñ the Misseriya, who are Arab nomads whose cattle graze in Abyei during dry season, and the Ngok Dinka, sub-Saharan cattle herders who live in the town all year. (Photo by Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Power in South Sudan

ABYEI, SOUTH SUDAN - January 14: As the sun fades, Southern Sudanese patons gather at the few shops with generator-produced electricity on January 14, 2011 in Abyei, Sudan. As Southern Sudan took to the polls for its historic independence referendum, the referendum for Abyei - which straddles the disputed border between North and South Sudan - was indefinitely put on hold as the north and south could not conclude who was eligible to vote. Two rival ethnic groups claim the right to belong here Ñ the Misseriya, who are Arab nomads whose cattle graze in Abyei during dry season, and the Ngok Dinka, sub-Saharan cattle herders who live in the town all year. (Photo by Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

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