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16 June, 2019
At the time internet services were cut in Sudan as a first step before the bloody crackdown on the sit-in last week, the Economist magazine had a long, in-depth article about the growth of internet.
It pointed out that twelve years ago the number of people who were living in cities exceeded those in the rural areas for the firsMore
From Addis Ababa to Oslo to Berlin, Sudan problems are being discussed in an attempt to find a way to bridge the gap between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and Forces of the Declaration of Freedom and Change (DFC) that call for an interim period to lay the foundation for a civilian government....More
23 June, 2019
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Joining the resourceful library of the University of Khartoum when he was just a blossoming youth, Gasim Osman Noor refused to be carried away by the routine of his job. He read and watched the university’s students and researchers as they read and researched. Thousands of books, magazines and periodicals passed through his hands and this had allowed him to discover how deep the world of knowledge is. And this has encouraged him to promote his humble secondary school certificate into a B.A in library sciences and then an M.A and a PhD in history, coupling his academic achievement with 38 publications on his...
23 June, 2019
26 May, 2019
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Plastic painter, sculptor, Dr. Awad Eisa Omar has symbolized the prevailing spirit of cohesion, intimacy and solidarity among the masses sitting in at the Army General Command into a wooden carving on a tree trunk, in which the protesters tightly hold each other’s hands. On the sculpture the protesters look bound by an air of love as they fold their hands together in a show of the noble values of the overall nation of Sudan.  ...
Photo of the Week
Ayman Mao is the rapper and leading singer of the Sudanese December 2018 Revolution. His songs fueled the Revolution, documented its acts and have been converted into mottos repeated by the revolutionists during the five month peak of their push for change. Mao surged years ago with a new style of singing that was not common among the Sudanese traditional sectors but he man...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Throughout history the donkey has been at the service of man. It does burdensome work and carries its owner for long distances without complaint. Contrary to the common belief that the donkey is stupid, experience had proved that the donkey understands and learns. Like a dog, a donkey can also have a feeling of love, intimacy and faithfulness towards its owner. One of strangest stories ...