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بيان تجمع أسر شهداء حركة 28 رمضان - الذكري ٢٤ لحركة ٢٨ رمضان المجيدة

Africa | Dinka mother and child, Sudan. "Like the corsets, bracelets and armlets are fitted very tightly to accentuate the body's natural form. Coils of wire are wound so firmly that they only just permit circulation and often case the limbs to swell, but the Dinka admire roundness of limbs and will endure the discomfort with pride" | ©Angela Fisher, Africa Adorned, 1984

South Sudan have endured ferocious attacks by militant extremists, causing poverty and desperate need in their region.

Woman’s garment Late 19th – early 20th century Dinka people, South Sudan Glass beads, leather, fur, strings Source: The Israel Museum

The Secretarybird is a very large, mostly terrestrial bird of prey endemic to Africa. It is usually found in the open grasslands and savannah of the sub-Saharan region. It's the national emblem of Sudan, and also is a prominent feature on the Coat of arms of South Africa.

Sudan’s Dinka: Portrait of a People

National Geographic People | Sudan’s Dinka: Portrait of a People – News Watch

Ballet dancer Roberto Bolle, goodwill ambassador for UNICEF, on a visit to Sudan – an experience that left him 'deeply affected and scarred'. From Roberto's diary: 'The one thing I can do is to dance for Africa...'

Grey-headed Bushshrike (Malaconotus blanchoti). It is found in the savannas of Sub-Saharan Africa. photo: Arno Meintjes.