Atbarah


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Atbarah

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Atbara

(both: ătbä`rə), town (1993 pop. 87,878), E Sudan, at the junction of the Atbara and Nile rivers. An important rail junction, it is also the headquarters of Sudan railway system and has large railroad workshops. Most of the town's workers are connected with service and maintenance jobs on the rail lines. Sudanese trade unionism originated in Atbarah in 1946 with the founding of a workers' association among railroad employees.
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The Rumela Dam on Atbarah will have a height of 55 metres and the Burdana Dam on Setit will have a height of 50 metres.
5, the Query option is shown with the results given The feedback given by the Ontology is the names of two branches of the Nile River which are Atbarah and Blue_Nile.
The protests spread in the following weeks to other locations in the Khartoum area as well as to provincial cities, including Port Sudan, al-Obeid, Dongola, Atbarah, Kassal and Gedaref.