epa02524092 Former US President Jimmy Carter (c) and his wife Rosalynn (left) talk with an official at a polling station in Juba, Southern Sudan 11 January 2011 as the referendum on the independence of South Sudan continues. Voting in the South Sudan independence referendum started on 09 January and is due to last until 15 January. For the vote to be valid, a 60 per cent of those registered have to vote. According to the referendum commission's timetable, preliminary results will be announced on 01 February and the final results are expected by 14 February. EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA
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