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Reformed Witness in the Sudan

19 Apr 2013

The Sudan is the largest country in Africa, bordering nine other  nations. The term "Sudan" comes from Arabic and means "the place of black  people". Ancient Egyptians called the Sudan "Cush." The Romans called it  "Nubia." Sudan, located immediately up the Nile from Egypt, enjoys a very  rich diversity of terrain, climate and ethnic composition and is endowed  with many natural resources. Many consider it the African country with the  greatest potential after South Africa. Yet, wrought by continual war and  upheaval, Sudan has become one of the poorest countries on earth.

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