Peter Thornborough

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Hadendoa Warrior, Sudan


Hadendoa (nicknamed Fuzzy Wuzzy by the British during the Sudanese War) is the name of a nomadic tribe of the Beja people. The area inhabited by the Hadendoa is today parts of Sudan, Egypt and Eritrea. I met this Hadendoa in a tea shop in the middle of nowhere, somewhere between Suakin and Port Sudan.

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