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    The flag of Sudan was officially adopted on May 20, 1970. It's similar to flags of other Arab countries in both color and style. The red represents socialism, green the traditional color of Islam, while white is symbolic of purity and optimism. Those three colors combined are also the official Pan-Arab colors.

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    • Aaron Selmeier

      Sudan Motto: "An-Naṣr lanā" Capital: Khartoum Official Language: Arabic, English Government: Republic Currency: Sudanese Pound Driving: right Religion: Islam Flag: -red: struggle for independence -white: peace black: Sudan = arabic word for black

    • Byron William Atha III

      Capital:Khartoum Official languages:Arabic, English Government: Federal presidential republic President:Omar al-Bashir Area - Total 1,886,068 km2 (16th) 728,215 sq mi Population - 2008 census 30,894,000 (disputed) [4] (40th) - Density 16.4/km2 42.4/sq mi GDP (nominal) 2012 estimate - Total $53.267 billion - Per capita $1,590

    • Tara Hoyem

      Flag of Sudan Captial: Khartoum Official Language: Arabic and English Government: Federal presidential republic Religion: Islam, Animism, or Christianity.

    • Conrad Mateo

      Flag of Sudan - Gallery of sovereign state flags - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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