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Sudan Tribune

Website: http://www.sudantribune.com/

ABOUT

Sudan Tribune is a non profit website based in Paris that was started in 2003. The websites goal is to promote plural information, democratic and free debate on Sudan.

In 2011 Sudan Tribune started an Arabic version of the site. www.sudantribune.net

Sudan Tribune has no relationship to the newspaper to the low circulation daily distributed in Khartoum and Juba, which has taken the same name. The newspaper was established after sudantribune.com but chose to take the same name.

EDITORIAL POLICY

The site is run by a team of independent Sudanese and international journalists and editors.

ELSEWHERE ON THE WEB

If you tweet you can follow us in English and Arabic on twitter.com.

www.twitter.com/SudanTribune_EN
www.twitter.com/SudanTribune_AR

You can also join the Sudan Tribune community on Facebook by ’liking’ our page.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sudan-Tribune/147157358639460

To listen to interviews conducted by our journalists visit our AudioBoo.FM page.

http://audioboo.fm/SudanTribune_EN

You can also watch our videos on our YouTube channel.

http://www.youtube.com/user/SudanTribune

CONTACT DETAILS

More information or if you would like to contribute analysis, comment or news items please contact us via email: contact@sudantribune.com.

If you would like to become a sponsor of Sudan Tribune please get in touch with us at the same email address.



 
 

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