Sudan Tour Guide: Curfew

Sudan Tour Guide: Curfew Last updated on Saturday 24th April 2010

Until recently, a curfew operated in most large cities and towns from midnight until 4am.

However, it is our understanding that the curfew no longer operates and so movement between and within populated areas is much easier.

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