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20 September, 2017
Khartoum, Sudan (SUDANOW)- Sudanow presents the story of a miraculous success of a man who was a janitor in a university and became a professor in the same university. A man who served as a shepherd of camels and sheep and never attended school regularly until he reached 50 years of age and became a renowned writer who wrote hundreds of drama stories for Omdurman RadioMore
One hundred years after the famous Sykes-Picot Agreement, known as Asia Minor Accord, that created the modern Middle East, the region seems to be heading towards a new remapping, with a difference this time: there is hardly an able body capable of handling the new challenging and competing goals of vari....More
13 September, 2017
Khartoum (Sudanow)- Millions around the World fancy having a cup of delicious coffee and getting a sniff of its refreshing smell. But artists, who can always see what we cannot see, have seen another source of beauty and joy in coffee: To paint pictures using coffee, coffee stain and even coffee grounds. Youthful Painter Sami Najmeddin Mohammad says his passion for drinking coffee had led him into the world of painting with coffee, an art he never claims to have invented but he rightly could say he was the first to introduce in the Sudan. I like coffee too much. One day in 2005 when I wasآ in my first year in th...
29 August, 2017
20 September, 2017
Khartoum, (Sudanow) - Literary critic, story writer, Nabeel Ghali is one of Sudan’s most outstanding Christian writers and journalists in the Sudan, having spent about half a century in the world of letters. Ghali had published a collection of short stories he named “Eittika’a Tahta Eyoun Habeebaty” (A Repose Below my Sweetheart’s Eyes), in addition to two bibliographies: one about novelist Ibrahim Ishaq and the other about...
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During the Great Biram festivities, Sudanese usually sacrifice one sheep, or goat, in observance of the holy Eid Adha. The animal is usually brought from the rural area where most animals fe...More
Khartoum, (Sundanow) - Atbara town, about 300 km north of the national capital Khartoum, stands out for two things. It was the epicenter and the backbone for all Sudan railways activities. Thus it is related to workers and workers activitie...