Talk:South Sudanese Australians

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Confusion![edit]

The opening line of this entry is (with a complimentary note on the other entry):

Not to be confused with Sudanese Australian.

Yet that appears to be EXACTLY what did happen. The two entries have nearly identical opening paragraphs, with the exact same population figure (19,049 [South] Sudanese-born), and in general seem identical! Can someone familiar with the topic please look into this? I have put an identical comment on the talk page of the other entry.

Shmuel A. Kam (talk) 13:16, 20 April 2014 (UTC)