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Sudan: Country in Northeast Africa
Sudan, officially the Republic of the Sudan, is a country in Northeast Africa. It is bordered by Egypt to the north, Libya to the northwest, Chad to the west, the Central African Republic to the southwest, South Sudan to the south, Ethiopia to the southeast, Eritrea to the east, and the Red Sea to the northeast. Sudan has a population of 44.91 million people as of 2021 and occupies 1,886,068 square kilometres, making it Africa's third-largest country by area and also the third-largest by area in the Arab league. It was also the largest country by area in Africa and the Arab league until the secession of South Sudan in 2011, since which both titles have been held by Algeria. Its capital is Khartoum, while its largest city is Omdurman.

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Group of men in small dinghy make journey from France [Video]

Group of men in small dinghy make journey from France

A group of 13 men from Sudan and South Sudan have been filmed attempting to reach the UK in a small dinghy, using just three paddles and no engine. It comes as the number of migrants who have made the..

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Ethiopia says second filling of Renaissance Dam complete [Video]

Ethiopia says second filling of Renaissance Dam complete

Latest phase a milestone in controversial Blue Nile hydropower project long opposed by downriver countries Egypt and Sudan.

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Sudan warns 20 million will suffer from Ethiopia's dam filling [Video]

Sudan warns 20 million will suffer from Ethiopia's dam filling

Nile farmers say they fear they will lose some or all of their farmlands as Ethiopia stores more water this year.

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South Sudanese students face struggling education system [Video]

South Sudanese students face struggling education system

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UNSC discusses Ethiopia dam amid strained ties with Egypt, Sudan [Video]

UNSC discusses Ethiopia dam amid strained ties with Egypt, Sudan

UNSC discusses Ethiopia dam amid strained ties with Egypt, Sudan

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Ethiopia Renaissance Dam second filling triggers concerns downstream [Video]

Ethiopia Renaissance Dam second filling triggers concerns downstream

Concerns grow in Sudan and Egypt over Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance project and how it could affect its dams along the Nile.

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Ethiopia withdraws forces from Tigray to focus on threats to dam [Video]

Ethiopia withdraws forces from Tigray to focus on threats to dam

The second filling of the project dam is due to be completed this month but talks to reach an agreement with Sudan and Egypt have failed to produce results.

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Tigray refugees seek to return home after TPLF regains control [Video]

Tigray refugees seek to return home after TPLF regains control

Hope to return after fleeing to Sudan comes after rebels from the TPLF said they had gained control of the regional capital Mekelle.

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Ethiopia-Sudan border dispute: Attacks increase in al-Fashaga [Video]

Ethiopia-Sudan border dispute: Attacks increase in al-Fashaga

People are reporting increased attacks by armed groups as a border dispute escalates cross the Sudan-Ethiopia border.

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Tigrayan refugees in Sudan suffering malnutrition [Video]

Tigrayan refugees in Sudan suffering malnutrition

Tigrayan refugees in Sudan suffering malnutrition

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Ethiopia prepares for heavy rainfall for renaissance dam project [Video]

Ethiopia prepares for heavy rainfall for renaissance dam project

Ethiopia has stepped up security near its renaissance dam project as tensions rise with neighbouring Sudan and Egypt.

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Ethiopia lifts security as second Nile dam-filling phase nears [Video]

Ethiopia lifts security as second Nile dam-filling phase nears

Ethiopia steps up troop deployments near its massive Dam project, raising tensions with Egypt and Sudan.

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Coronavirus: Countries on the UK 'red list' [Video]

Coronavirus: Countries on the UK 'red list'

A look at the list of countries on the red list for travel to the UK.Seven countries – Afghanistan, Bahrain, Costa Rica, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Sudan, and Trinidad and Tobago – have been added to the..

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