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07 August, 2017
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Priceless 57 Pieces of pure gold, studded with jewels, were stolen in open daylight from her pyramid in Meroe in the early 19th Century and nobody can tell how this historically and artistically invaluable wealth can be returned to the country.
The treasure is now on display in Munich, Germany.
The treasure of the Kandake (queen) AmanishakMore
Over the short period since Abdel Aziz Al-Hilu took over as leader of the SPLM-N last month he issued two major decisions: declaring a six months unilateral ceasefire and the other putting his own house in order. Both moves are inter-related and should be taken within the power game. The unilateral c....More
30 July, 2017
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - ”I am sorry to visit you and find that you have lost your eyesight. But I must tell you that you have opened our sights we Indonesians.” It was with this impressive statement that the late Indonesian president Ahmed Sukarno, upon his release from prison and before he was sworn in as president, greeted Sudanese Sheikh Ahmad Surkati (who had lost his eyesight) according to historian Mohammad Abdelraheem (1878-1966). Sheikh Ahmad Surkati and the society he had set- Jam'iyat al-Islah wal Irshad al-Islamiyyah (The Reform and Guidance Society) had left an undeniable effect on the history of Indonesia’s political and nat...
13 August, 2017
06 August, 2017
-I began by writing novels, writing short stories was a challenge- -The prizes largely contributed to the rise of new novelists -The foreign translator seeks suspenseful topics that excite the readers in his country -The narration technique of Al-Tayeb Salih is not yet emulated by any Arab novelist KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Ibrahim Ishaq is considered an outstanding fiction writer in Sudan. He published his first novel "What Happened in the Village" in the same ...
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The contrast is starking: for Khartoum inhabitants the rainy season has been for years linked to calamities: inundations and floods, mosquitos, multitudes of other vectors and muddy terrains...More