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Sudan Tribune is a non profit website based in Paris that was started in 2003.

Our goal is to promote plural information, democratic and free debate on Sudan.

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

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

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