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Teachers sing a song about their experiences during a ceremony closing a special teacher training course in Agok, a town in Abyei along the contested border between Sudan and South Sudan where more than 100,000 Dinka Ngok fled in 2011 after attacks by northern soldiers and militias on their villages in Abyei. The training course was conducted by Solidarity with South Sudan, an international network of Catholic groups that assists the world's newest country with training of teachers, health care professionals and pastoral workers