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In 1952 Egypt's King Farouk was dethroned and replaced by the pro-Sudanese General Neguib.

The White Nile flows though the country, emptying into Lake Nubia in the north, the largest manmade lake in the world.

The northern part of the country is desert, spotted with oases, where most of the population is concentrated.

To the east, the Red Sea Hills support some vegetation. The southern region includes grasslands, and along the border with Uganda the Democratic Republic of the Congo, dense forests.

In 1896 the British and the Egyptians again invaded Sudan, defeating the Sudanese in 1898 at the Battle of Omdurman. In 1922 the British adopted a policy of indirect rule in which tribal leaders were invested with the responsibility of local administration and tax collection.

This allowed the British to ensure their dominion over the region as a whole, by preventing the rise of a national figure and limiting the power of educated urban Sudanese.

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