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This morning there s first a predictable story about Darfur; an expert on African affairs notes that seven thousand African Union troops patrolling a region the size of France have been ineffectual in preventing continued janjaweed terror. Funding for the troops is about to run out, and it seems that no one, including the United States, is ready to put forth more money or come up with new ideas to stop the killing and displacement. This is not surprising to those of us who lived through twenty years of oppression by the hands of Khartoum and its militias.

Dave Eggers, What is the What



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Profile: Sudan 

Public discontent had been growing over the failed economic and political policies that had led South Sudan to break away and become an independent state in 2011, taking approximately three-quarters of Sudan's oil production with it. Critics also blamed President al-Bashir for draining the country's coffers while battling armed rebel movements on three different fronts. The 2013 unrest began in the city of Wadi Madani, south of Khartoum, but quickly spread to at least nine districts in Khartoum and seven other cities across the country.The crackdown on thousands of protesters left at least 50 dead, according to international human rights groups.

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Profile: Sudan 

- Timeline

- Political structure

- Population,

- Education  

- Health

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- Main cities

- Languages spoken

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- Agriculture

- Industry and manufacturing

- Tourism

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- Time

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- Climate

- Dress codes

- Entry requirements

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- Electricity

- Social customs and useful tips

- Security

- Getting there

- Getting about

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Key Facts

Key Facts:

Key Facts
Official name: Jamhuryat es Sudan (Republic of Sudan)
Head of State: President Omar Hassan Ahmad al Bashir (from 1993; re-elected 13–16 April 2015)
Head of government: President Omar Hassan Ahmad al Bashir (from 1993; re-elected 13–16 April 2015)
Ruling party: Al Mu’tamar al-Watani (National Congress Party) (NCP) (from 1998; re-elected Apr 2015)
Area: 1,861,484 square km
Population: 37.29 million (2014)*
Capital: Khartoum
Official language: Arabic
Currency: Sudanese pound (S£) = 100 piastre
Exchange rate: S£6.10 per US$ (Sep 2015)
GDP per capita: US$1,980 (2014)*
GDP real growth: 3.39% (2014)*
GDP: US$73.82 billion (2014)*
Unemployment: 13.64% (2014)*
Inflation: 36.91% (2014)*
Oil production: 109,000 bpd (2014)
Balance of trade: -US$3.76 billion (2014)
* estimated figure


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