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29 September, 2019
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The plan for the 2019-2020 agricultural season has targeted the cultivation of 49 million acres with field crops. Of this area, 44.9 million acres were to be cultivated in the rain-fed sector and 4.3 million in the irrigated sector, with a total sum of 11 different crops, in both the summer and winter seasons.More
With peace talks slated to kick off Monday in Juba many questions are still up in the air that have not been debated seriously yet, but more important is the venue of these talks. Neighboring countries have for variety of reasons been involved in Sudan’s conflicts and this is attributed mainly ....More
06 October, 2019
BALTIMORE, US (Sudanow) - Researchers from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in the USA, led by Dr. Abdel Rahim Hamad have won a prestigious $1 million grant award from The W.M. Keck Foundation of Los Angeles in the USA. The Hopkins team is one of only five researchers in the USA who have won this award in July 2019, according to a release from John Hopkins Department of Pathology. The three-year grant will be used to; (1) Define the identity of the X cell, which is a new lymphocyte that is a hybrid betwe...
13 October, 2019
06 October, 2019
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - From the East of the Country to its Far West, all Sudanese like to tune to the tender and exhilarating sounds of the simple musical instrument: the Tanbur. In every village around Africa’s second largest country, one can find many citizens who own and play this popular instrument. In some cases one can find several tanburs in a single household.. That is because it is simple to put it together and simple to pla...
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Dubai, UAE (Sudanow) - Sudanese writer Dr. Haidar Ibrahim Ali has won the Sultan Al Owais cultural award for 2019. Ali is the founder and director of the Cairo-based “Sudanese Studies Center” that oversees publications and holds symposia about Sudan with clear emphasis on human rights and the search for good governance in the Sudan. Ali had obtained a PhD...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Some couples might think that divorce or abandonment of each other was the best solution for them to attain peace of mind, but such solution usually comes at the expense of their children and could sometimes lead to catastrophic consequences as evident in the subject case. A very strange event, where abandonment and divorce were to blame, has been narrated to SUDANOW by a well-known Sudanese figure ...