Examples from the Web for sudan
From Afghanistan to Russia to Sudan, thousands have been killed by female suicide bombers.
The path may be there, but current travelers to Sudan face a bureaucratic nightmare of permits and road blocks.
Overall, few travelers have made the trek into the desert of Sudan to see these architectural wonders.
One of his projects resulted in a new road from Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, to the monuments at Meroe.
Sudan has been plagued by years of political instability, which has prevented tourism from gaining traction.
His endeavour, for instance, to put a stop to the slave raiding which devastated the Sudan provinces was wholly ineffectual.
He was with me in the Sudan, and, of course, I saw a great deal of him and knew him well.From Capetown to Ladysmith|G. W. Steevens
A cloud having arisen on the frontiers of Afghanistan, the withdrawal of the troops from the Sudan was ordered on the 11th of May.
In the second half of the eighth century, the Sudan was invaded by "Hamitic tribes" and "Mohammedanism."The Color Line|William Benjamin Smith
The other agricultural states of the Sudan have had the same experience.Influences of Geographic Environment|Ellen Churchill Semple
British Dictionary definitions for sudan
Word Origin and History for sudan
1842, from Arabic Bilad-al-sudan, literally "country of the blacks," from sud, plural of aswad (fem. sauda) "black."
Culture definitions for sudan
Republic in northeastern Africa, bordered on the north by Egypt (see also Egypt); on the east by the Red Sea and Ethiopia; on the south by Kenya, Uganda, and Democratic Republic of Congo; and on the west by the Central African Republic, Chad, and Libya. Its capital is Khartoum, and its largest city is Omdurman.