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S. Sudan beauty queen to grace Miss Earth contest


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Miss Glory Karsis (Photo Moses Lomayat)

November 18, 2013 (JUBA) – Glory Karsis, the current Miss South Sudan is due to represent the country at the 13th edition of the Miss Earth pageant, to be held in Alabang, Philippines.

The annual event, whose theme is, "The International Year of Water Cooperation” will be held on 7 December.

Karsis, in a brief media interview in the capital, Juba, said she was optimistic of winning the event, and thanked Xing Hu, a managing director at ZTE Corporation, for sponsoring her trip to the Philippines.

94 delegates from a similar number of countries from all over the universe will take part in the event, previously won by Tereza Fajksová from the Czech Republic.

In 2012 Atong Demach came fourth overall in the annual Miss World contest and created history by winning the Miss World Africa prize, also known as the “African Continental Queen of Beauty”.


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  • 18 November 2013 13:45, by Abyei Propaganda

    You people you are joking. This is a queen? Bullshit!

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    • 18 November 2013 15:01, by Son of Upper Nile

      Yes, & she will be among the best contestants of the world, but where is yours. Because of they are very ugly you covered them like Ninja & falsely claimed God asked women to cover their hair. can hair seduce a normal man?

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      • 18 November 2013 23:30, by Northern Sudanese

        lol your funny you.....
        you know that your women are the ugliest in the world right? come on, who’s attracted to women who have barely some hair on the first place and I bet you a thousands that I have more hair than more than halve your women. don’t get fooled by 1 or 2 models, our women are muslims and barely do this crap but yours on average are the ugliest in the world

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        • 18 November 2013 23:32, by Northern Sudanese

          look at the model on the picture, shes too ugly when compared to an average northern sudanese women. am even surprised that she has hair (fake hair) and she has hadd too many creams because this isn’t the color of an average south sudanese...

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          • 19 November 2013 23:53, by australian

            How nasty you are. Of course northern women can be very beautiful, but there can be no more stunning sight than that of a southern Sudanese woman walking through the streets of Khartoum, tall, slim, poised and dressed in lovely printed cloth, making all around her look drab and ordinary. Perhaps the beauty of nothern women comes from their southern blood?

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