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Soudanese migrant Adam, 26 years old wai...Soudanese migrant Adam, 26 years old waits in the migrant camp called "New Jungle" next to the fence of the ferry port in Calais, northern France, on August 14, 2015, after applying for asylum in France. Some 3,000 migrants and refugees, including many fleeing war and persecution in countries like Syria, Libya and Eritrea, are camped out in a makeshift tent village in Calais waiting for a chance to cross to Britain.  AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE HUGUENPHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images

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Sudanese migrant Adam, 26 years old waits in the migrant camp called “New Jungle” next to the fence of the ferry port in Calais, northern France, on Friday, after applying for asylum in France 

Youth of Today in Sudan

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A group of young men use a selfie stick to take a picture of themselves in shallow waters known as the first cataract of the River Nile outside Khartoum, Sudan.

A member of the Sudanese security forces waits outside a polling station where he is registered to vote, in Khartoum, Sudan, Monday, April 13, 2015.

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A member of the Sudanese security forces waits outside a polling station, where he is registered to vote, in Khartoum, Sudan on Monday.

IDP's (Internally displaced persons) queue to register at the UNMISS Protection of Civilian (POC) site in Bentiu, Unity State, on Friday. The camp receives up to 200 new IDP each day, due to lack of services in the town. The World Health Organization today  appealed for 1.0 billion USD in additional funds to help provide life-saving health services to millions in need in conflict-ravaged Syria, Iraq, Central African Republic and South Sudan. For South Sudan, which has been wracked by fighting since an alleged attempted coup in December 2013, 90 million USD is needed to provide vital health services to some 3.35 million people, WHO said.

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Internally displaced persons (IDPs) queue to register at the UN Mission in South Sudan site in Bentiu, Unity State on Friday. The camp receives up to 200 new IDPs each day

Supporters of incumbent Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir (portrait) attend an electoral campaign rally in Khartoum on Tuesday, ahead of the April 13 parliamentary and presidential elections. Campaigning for Sudan's elections started in February 22 with Omar al-Bashir facing little competition for the presidency, a multi-party boycott and the opposition and press facing mounting repression.

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Supporters of incumbent Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir attend an electoral campaign rally in Khartoum, Sudan on Tuesday, ahead of the April 13 parliamentary and presidential elections

udanese Christian Meriam Yahia Ibrahim Ishag (R) is assisted by Italian Deputy Foreign Minister Lapo Pistelli (L) as she arrives with her children Maya and Martin, at the Ciampino airport in Rome on July 24, 2014.  Meriam Yahia Ibrahim Ishag who was sentenced to death for renouncing Islam, then acquitted after intense international pressure on Khartoum, arrived today in Italy with her family en route to the United States. AFP PHOTO /STRINGERSTR/AFP/Getty Images

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Meriam Yahia Ibrahim Ishag from Sudan is assisted by Lapo Pistelli, Italian deputy foreign minister, as she arrives with her children Maya and Martin at the Ciampino airport in Rome on Thursday. She was sentenced to death in Sudan for renouncing Islam and converting to Christianity, then acquitted after intense international pressure on Khartoum. She will reside in the US. 

Sudanese Armed Forces and Rapid Support Forces personnel ride on a tank after recapturing the Daldako area

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Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and Rapid Support Forces (RSF) personnel ride on a tank after recapturing the Daldako area, outside the military headquarters in Kadogli.

A displaced mother and her child inspect the remnants of their burnt house in Khor Abeche

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A displaced mother and her child inspect the remnants of their burnt home in Khor Abeche, South Darfur.

REUTERS PICTURE HIGHLIGHT...ATTENTION EDITORS - REUTERS PICTURE HIGHLIGHT TRANSMITTED BY 1335 GMT ON FEBRUARY 7, 2014    GOT10  Civilians and rebel fighters are seen on a boat in Sobat river in town of Ulang in Upper Nile State.

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Civilians and rebel fighters aboard a boat on the Sobat river in Ulang, Upper Nile state, South Sudan 

A woman dances as people celebrate referendum results in Abyei...A woman dances as people celebrate referendum results in Abyei October 31, 2013. Permanent residents of the disputed Abyei region overwhelmingly voted to join South Sudan on Thursday in a symbolic referendum that could antagonise heavily armed Arab nomads who drive their livestock through the area and claim it for Sudan.  REUTERS/Andreea Campeanu.

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Residents of Abyei in Sudan celebrate after the results of a referendum showed that the disputed region had voted overwhelmingly to join South Sudan. 

Women wait to vote inside a polling station located in a school during a referendum in the town of Abyei...Women wait to vote inside a polling station located in a school during a referendum in the town of Abyei October 28, 2013. Residents of the remote and disputed Abyei border region said they would press ahead with their own referendum on whether to join Sudan or South Sudan, despite warnings it could trigger violence in the volatile area

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Women wait to vote in a referendum at a school in the town of Abyei, part of a remote and disputed border region of the same name whose residents are pressing ahead with the poll on whether to join Sudan or South Sudan, despite warnings it could trigger violence in the volatile area 

A Sudanese woman shops for Ramadan at a market in Khartoum, Sudan. Over a billion Muslims around the world including Sudan prepare for the holy month of Ramadan with the dawn-to-dusk fast

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A Sudanese woman shops for Ramadan at a market in Khartoum, Sudan in preparation for the holy month during which she, along with the more than a billion Muslims around the world, will fast from dawn-to-dusk