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

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

The Sudan cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus soemmeringii) is a cheetah subspecies native to Central and Northeast Africa. It lives grasslands, savannahs, lowlands of the Nile Valley, inland Lake Chad, arid Sahelian and Saharan deserts and steppes. Its population is fragmented in several areas of South Sudan, Ethiopia, Chad, Somalia and the Central African Republic. It is also nearly extinct in Sudan. Other common names are Somali cheetah, Northeast African cheetah or Central African cheetah

The Sudan cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus soemmeringii) is a cheetah subspecies native to Central and Northeast Africa. It lives grasslands, savannahs, lowlands of the Nile Valley, inland Lake Chad, arid Sahelian and Saharan deserts and steppes. Its population is fragmented in several areas of South Sudan, Ethiopia, Chad, Somalia and the Central African Republic. It is also nearly extinct in Sudan. Other common names are Somali cheetah, Northeast African cheetah or Central African cheetah

“For us to improve the standard of life in Africa and South Sudan, it has to come from the citizens; the government won’t do anything." Akol Dok

“For us to improve the standard of life in Africa and South Sudan, it has to come from the citizens; the government won’t do anything." Akol Dok

Three Shilluk Warriors of the Upper Nile, Sudan, Africa - bearing traditional weapons and displaying feather-topped topknots (one bearing the full head of what appears to be a crane)

Three Shilluk Warriors of the Upper Nile, Sudan, Africa - bearing traditional weapons and displaying feather-topped topknots (one bearing the full head of what appears to be a crane)

A rare joint press conference the Secretary General and heads of the UNDP, OCHA and WFP. “Sounding the alarm on behalf of more than 20 million people in South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, and north-east Nigeria facing devastating levels of food insecurity, Secretary-General António Guterres joined other top United Nations officials today calling for “strong and …

A rare joint press conference the Secretary General and heads of the UNDP, OCHA and WFP. “Sounding the alarm on behalf of more than 20 million people in South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, and north-east Nigeria facing devastating levels of food insecurity, Secretary-General António Guterres joined other top United Nations officials today calling for “strong and …

HIV/AIDS lower in African Muslim-majority  Prevalence Rate of HIV-AIDS (CIA fact book 2009)  The Africa Continent home for 1.1 billion people. Approximately 40% population is Muslims most of them widely spread in the northern region. This region include Arabic language or natives African such as Egypt Libya Morocco Tunisia and Algerie Sudan Somalia Djibouti Gambia Mauritania Mali Nigeria Senegal Sierra Leone etc. Islam becomes the absolute majority religion in these countries. On several…

HIV/AIDS lower in African Muslim-majority Prevalence Rate of HIV-AIDS (CIA fact book 2009) The Africa Continent home for 1.1 billion people. Approximately 40% population is Muslims most of them widely spread in the northern region. This region include Arabic language or natives African such as Egypt Libya Morocco Tunisia and Algerie Sudan Somalia Djibouti Gambia Mauritania Mali Nigeria Senegal Sierra Leone etc. Islam becomes the absolute majority religion in these countries. On several…

Mixed lot (3 items): Sudan and West Africa, tribes: Beni Amer and Mandingo: an old sword of the Beni Amer in Sudan, called ‘Kaskara’, with etched blade and a sheath made of lizard skin; a curved dagger as an accessory knife, and a powder horn of the Mandingo, West Africa.

Mixed lot (3 items): Sudan and West Africa, tribes: Beni Amer and Mandingo: an old sword of the Beni Amer in Sudan, called ‘Kaskara’, with etched blade and a sheath made of lizard skin; a curved dagger as an accessory knife, and a powder horn of the Mandingo, West Africa.

A veteran Swiss archaeologist has unearthed three temples in Sudan built thousands of years ago, a discovery he says promises to throw new light on Africa's buried ancient past. The round and oval shaped structures dating from 1,500 to 2,000 BC were found late last year not far from the famed archaeological site of Kerma in northern Sudan.

A veteran Swiss archaeologist has unearthed three temples in Sudan built thousands of years ago, a discovery he says promises to throw new light on Africa's buried ancient past. The round and oval shaped structures dating from 1,500 to 2,000 BC were found late last year not far from the famed archaeological site of Kerma in northern Sudan.

Gold and carnelian earring  Nubian, Meroitic Period, 270 B.C.–A.D. 320  Meroe, The Sudan

Gold and carnelian earring Nubian, Meroitic Period, 270 B.C.–A.D. 320 Meroe, The Sudan

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