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Sudan and South Sudan Map and Satellite Image
Sudan Bordering Countries:Central African Republic, Chad, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Libya, South Sudan
South Sudan Bordering Countries:Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda
The Hala'ib Triangle is a disputed area claimed by both Sudan and Egypt.
The Abyei Area is a disputed area claimed by both Sudan and South Sudan.
The Ilemi Triangle is a disputed area claimed by both South Sudan and Kenya.
Regional Maps:Map of Africa, World Map
Where are Sudan and South Sudan?
Sudan and South Sudan Satellite Image
Sudan Information:Sudan is located in northeastern Africa. Sudan is bordered by the Red Sea, Egypt and Libya to the north, Chad and Central African Republic to the west, South Sudan to the south, and Ethiopia and Eritrea to the east.
South Sudan Information:South Sudan is located in northeastern Africa. South Sudan is bordered by Sudan to the north, Central African Republic to the west, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, and Kenya to the south, and Ethiopia to the east.
Sudan Cities:Atbara, Berber, Dilling, Dongola, Ed Damazin, Ed Damer, Ed Dueim, El Fashir, El Fula, El Hawata, El Lagowa, El Manaqil, El Obeid, El Odaiya, En Nahud, Gedaref, Geneina, Kadugli, Karima, Kassala, Khartoum, Kosti, Kutum, Muglad, Nyala, Omdurman, Port Sudan, Rufa'a, Sennar, Shendi, Singa, Suakin, Umm Ruwaba, Wad Medani, and Wadi Halfa'.
South Sudan Cities:Aweil, Bentiu, Boma, Bor, Juba, Kapoeta, Kodok, Kuacjok, Malakal, Maridi, Mongalla, Raga, Rumbek, Tonj, Torit, Wau, and Yambio.
Sudan Locations:Al Abyad Lake, Blue Nile, Dungunab Bay, El Bahr el Abyad (White Nile), Lake Kundi, Lake Nasser, Libyan Desert, Nubian Desert, and the Red Sea.
South Sudan Locations:Akobo River, Al Abyad Lake, El Bahr el Abyad (White Nile), Lake No, Mountain Nile, and Sobat River.
Sudan and South Sudan Natural Resources:The fuel resources in Sudan and South Sudan include petroleum and hydropower. Some of the mineral resources present are copper, chromium ore, tungsten, mica, silver, gold, zinc, and small reserves of iron ore.
Sudan and South Sudan Natural Hazards:Sudan and South Sudan are subject to periodic persistent droughts. Other natural hazards include dust storms.
Sudan and South Sudan Environmental Issues:Environmental issues include inadequate supplies of potable water in addition to periodic persistent droughts. Land issues include soil erosion and desertification. The countries' wildlife populations are threatened by excessive hunting.
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