'Sudan: The Land and the People'

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'Studies at a Khalwa, or Qur'anic School'

"Studies at a Khalwa, or Qur'anic School," Wad Abu Salih, northeast of Khartoum, 2004. Michael Freeman/University of Washington Press hide caption

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Tim Carney, the last American ambassador to Sudan before the United States downgraded relations in 1997, wants to promote a broader view of the country through a new collection of photographs. NPR foreign correspondent Michele Kelemen reviews Carney's book, Sudan: The Land and the People.

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