Explore Dunya News, National Flag and more!

South Sudan marks first anniversary: A man waves South Sudan’s national flag as he attends the Independence Day celebrations in the capital Juba on July 9, 2011.

South Sudan marks first anniversary: A man waves South Sudan’s national flag as he attends the Independence Day celebrations in the capital Juba on July

Juba, South Sudan: Southern Sudanese people crowd tightly together to watch the Republic of South Sudan's first national football match, against Kenya

24 hours in pictures

Juba, South Sudan: Southern Sudanese people crowd tightly together to watch the Republic of South Sudan's first national football match, against Kenya

July 9, 2011. Thousands gather in Juba, South Sudan, to hear the declaration of independence read aloud as they celebrated their independence.

LightBox 365: A Year in Photographs 2011

Ruth Fremson—The New York Times/Redux July Thousands of people gather in Juba, South Sudan, to hear the declaration of independence read aloud as the region celebrated its independence.

"Thousands celebrate their country's independence during a ceremony in the capital Juba on July 9, 2011. South Sudan separated from Sudan to become the world's newest and 193rd nation."

South Sudan: A new nation rises

"Thousands celebrate their country's independence during a ceremony in the capital Juba on July South Sudan separated from Sudan to become the world's newest and nation.

South Sudan, Juba

South Sudan, Juba

Juba, South Sudan

Aerial view of Juba, capital of South Sudan. Photo by USAID via Wikimedia Commons.

Tel Aviv, Israel: Sudanese refugees celebrate South Sudan's independence from the Republic of Sudan

24 hours in pictures

Tel Aviv, Israel: Sudanese refugees celebrate South Sudan's independence from the Republic of Sudan

South Sudan - capital: Juba

Top Ten Countries With The Highest Illiteracy Rate in The World

Amazing tree in Juba, , Southern Sudan

Amazing tree in Juba, , Southern Sudan

A South Sudanese child stands in front of a newly constructed police post in Northern Bahr el Ghazal, supported by UNDP. www.undp.org  UNDP South Sudan/Brian Sokol

Child in front of a newly constructed police post in Northern Bahr el Ghazal, supported by UNDP UNDP South Sudan/Brian Sokol

Pinterest
Search