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May 04, 2011
A student learns to read and write verses of the Koran using a piece of wood called loah, at a Khalwa,...
Dalanj, Sudan
A student learns to read and write verses of the Koran using a piece of wood called loah, at a Khalwa,...
A student learns to read and write verses of the Koran using a piece of wood called loah, at a Khalwa, or Koranic School, during the last day of voting in the Dalanj locality in South Kordofan State May 4, 2011. Sudanese voted on Monday in delayed elections in the north's main oil state, a poll that analysts fear could provoke violence in the countdown to the secession of the country's south in July. The governorship vote in Southern Kordofan has also grabbed world attention because the candidate for the north's ruling party is Ahmed Haroun, a man wanted by the International Criminal Court over charges of war crimes in Darfur. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS SOCIETY EDUCATION)
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