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Audio slideshow: Sudan henna parlour

Sudan is famous for its elaborate weddings - and women like to decorate their hands and feet with henna for the festivities.

Henna artist Sanna Awad Abdullah, who works at Diva Beauty Salon in Khartoum, tells the BBC about the importance of henna in Sudanese culture.

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By Lucy Fleming.

Published 8 April 2010.




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