Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Sudan Country Study
Sudan is the largest country in Africa (about the size of Western Europe) and one of the most diverse. For centuries, it consisted of a number of independent countries. In the early 19th century, Egypt invaded and gained control on the northern part. In 1881, a rebellion started in the south but, in 1899, the British and Egyptians joined forces to gain control of the whole country.
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