17-September-2019
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The Main Story

  • Families Of The Missing: Sweet Hope VS Bitter Uncertainty

  • Families Of The Missing: Sweet Hope VS Bitter Uncertainty

     

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Ninety days have lapsed since Ismail went missing after the bloody crackdown upon the sit-in gathering at Sudan’s army HQs on June 3rd.

    Ever since Ismail’s mother has been shedding bitter tears in grief over his undeclared absence; but yet still, she has never lost hope that one day Ismail may come back home alive

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Commentary

Sudanese Transitional Government - Rebel Movements Deal: What Is Needed?
  • Sudanese Transitional Government - Rebel Movements Deal: What Is Needed?

      In two days only the new Sudanese delegation managed to strike a deal with rebel movements that proved difficult to seal in some 20 rounds of talks over an 8-year period during the previous regime led by deposed President Omar Al-Bashir. That is a clear indication of a ‘new spirit’ as des....

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Achievements

  • Who Are The Four Women In PM Hamdok’s Cabinet

  • Who Are The Four Women In PM Hamdok’s Cabinet

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The new transitional  council of ministers has embodied four women two of whom have assumed two ministerial offices hitherto a monopoly of men. These two ministers are Foreign Affairs Minister  Asma Mohammad Abdallah, who became the first woman to assume this office in the history of the Sudan. The other woman is Sports Minister Wala’a Alboushi. The remaining  two ministers are Prof. Entisar Seghairoon who became Minister of Higher Education and Leena Alsheikh who was appointed Minister of Social Welfare. Prime Minister Hamdok has considered this number far less than he wanted...

Arts

  • Sudanese Artist Kamala Ibrahim Ishaq Wins Prince Klaus Award

  • Sudanese Artist Kamala Ibrahim Ishaq Wins Prince Klaus Award

      AMESTRDAM, NETHERLANDS (Sudanow) - The world has now come to stand in salute to a Sudanese female vanguard, Kamala Ibrahim Ishaq, not only in her creative work but also in the domains she entered with serenity and courage, to come out with an art that combines not only the cultural heritage of the country, but digs deep into its hidden half, women in the Sudan. Sudanese artist Kamala Ibrahim Ishaq has won the 2019 Prince Klaus Award. This is an annual prestigiou...

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