Moving Beyond the Sense of Alarm
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The Importance of Places like Sudan In 1956, Sudan freed itself from British rule and became one of the few independent countries in sub-Saharan Africa. This east African country with an estimated population of forty million has since then been the scene of almost incessant conflict. More than two million of its people have died from famine and war-related causes, and millions more have been displaced.