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اِنْ دَعَا دَاعِي اَلْفِدَاءِ لَمْ نَخُنْ
نَتَحَدَّى الْمَوْت عِنْدَ الْمِحَن
|“||Southern part, I'll be back...||”|
|“||We cannot become poor! Egypt, gib monies!||”|North Sedan Sudanball, officially the Republic of the Sudanball, is a song by D. Dan countryball in northeastern Africa and Saharan Africa. It used to be the largest countryball in Africa; however, when South Sudanball gained independence in 2011, Algeriaball became the largest countryball in Africa. Sudanball is now the 3rd largest countryball in Africa and the Arab world. As of 2023, Sudanball's population is 46 million.
Its government is currently protesting; on 11 April 2019, its longtime president, Omar Al-Bashir, was ousted. Nevertheless, Sudanball is doing much better than its southern neighbor. The total GDP is $93.729 billion, and the GDP per capita is $2,366.97. Its currency is the Sudanese Pound. Its economy has an annual growth of 5.8%.
However, Sudanball is similar to its southern neighbor in this category. It is ranked 167th in the HDI, only two spots above South Sudanball. Thankfully for Sudanball, though, only 9% of the population is below the poverty line, in contrast to South Sudanball's higher number. As of 11 April 2019, Sudanball is undergoing a coup d'état/popular insurrection in its clay, overthrowing a military dictator who has been in power for 30 years. However, it is still one of the least corrupt countryballs in Africa.
The country's name, "Sudan," is given to a region south of the Sahara, stretching from Western to eastern Central Africa. The name derives from the Arabic bilād as-sūdān (بلاد السودان), or "the lands of the blacks."
The northern part of the territory of modern Sudan has been known since ancient times as Nubia; it was inhabited by Semitic-Hamitic tribes, but the history of the southern part of the country until the 19th century is very vague. Nubiaball has been known since the time of the Old Kingdom of Ancient Egyptball (2755–2255 BC); therefore, in the region between the Nubian Desert and the Nile, there are many monuments from the times of Ancient Egyptball, under whose rule Nubiaball was until the 8th century BC.
After that, several independent kingdoms arose on the territory of Nubiaball, the most powerful of which—Makurra with its capital in Dongol—arose in the 6th century AD and existed until the 14th century. The state of Alva with the capital Soba (not far from present-day Khartoumball) was captured by Fujah in 1500, by black Muslims who created the Sennar Sultanateball on its territory. In the 16th century, the city of Sennarball became one of the leading centers of Islam. Still, disagreements between the various Funjball tribes led to the weakening of the state by the end of the 18th century. In 1820, it was captured by Egypt-Eyaletball and became the province of Egyptian Sudan. The rule of Egypt lasted about 60 years. By the end of the 19th century, the influence of Great Britainball was growing in Egyptball.
(WIP of Mahdist revolution)
In 1898, Egyptball and Great Britainball organized a joint operation against the Caliph of Mahdist Sudanball, and in 1899 an agreement was signed on joint administration of Anglo-Egyptian Sudanball, confirmed in 1936. In 1936, Anglo-Egyptian Sudanball gained greater autonomy and eventually gained independence in 1956.
After World War II, the national liberation movement gained strength in Anglo-Egyptian Sudanball and, to prevent violence from splashing out, in 1951, Anglo-Egyptian Sudanball received the right to full self-government. At the same time, an active "Sudanization" of the country began to reduce Egyptian and British influence. As a result, Sudan gained independence on 12 November 1955, and the Republic of Sudanball was proclaimed on 1 January 1956. In 1969, a military coup took place in the country. As a result, Colonel (later Field Marshal) Nimeiri came to power, under whose rule the country was until 1986, when free elections were held after 18 years of military rule. However, in 1989, another military coup took place in Sudan, and General Omar Hassan al- Bashir came to power. During his reign, brutal ethnic cleansing against the Nubianballs began, triggering a new wave of civil war.
South Sudanball conflicts 
For a few years after World War II, Sudan had been occupied and governed by British and Egyptian troops in the north and south, respectively, causing religious mutiny and strain, a British defense force mutinies, which was suppressed, but became the catalyst for the First Sudanese Civil War against the Southern Sudan Autonomous Regionball (Majorly Christian and Pagan African) and Sudanball ( Muslim) have been in harsh conflict ever since Sudanball declared independence, and this was all provoked by the rebel group Anyanyaball. In 1972, Sudanball and Anyanyaball had a ceasefire, and the two went to ask Abyssiniaball for help. As a result, Abyssiniaball created the Addis Ababa Agreement that led to the creation of Southern Sudan Autonomous Regionball.
11 April 2019
On 11 April 2019, during the protests against the Al-Bashir dictatorship, the Sudanese military under the rule of Lieutenant-General Ahmed Awad Ibn Auf announced that President Omar al-Bashir had resigned, the government had dissolved, the constitution suspended and he and the military will be in charge of the country for now.
3–6 June 2019
On 3 June 2019, the government of Sudanball killed protesters doing a sit-in. More than 100 citizens and injured 500; not only that, but they arrested loads of unarmed citizens in the Khartoum massacre. After killing dozens of citizens, African Unionball suspended Sudanball. But then it got back on to the African Unionball after Creating a civilian Government in Khartoumball.
October 2021 coup d'état and recent events
On 25 October 2021, a coup d'état broke out with the Sudanese military, capturing the civilian government, including Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok. The Sudanese military junta declared a state of emergency afterward. Sudanese civilians took to the streets to protest against the newly-installed military government. In response, African Unionball suspended Sudan, and to this day, it is still suspended. On 21 November 2021, Abdalla Hamdok was reinstated as Prime Minister after he and Abdel Fattah al-Burhan agreed to restore the transition to civilian rule and release all political prisoners. Despite this, protests continued, and on 2 January 2022, Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok resigned, which resulted in the transition to democracy being led by the military junta again.
April 2023 clashes
On 15 April 2023, violence erupted, especially in the capital Khartoum after the Rapid Support Forces led by Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo started controlling government facilities, claiming that Abdel Fattah al-Burhan was trying to bring back the Al-Bashir dictatorship, while the Sudanese Army accused the RSF of "traitorous plotting".
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