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04 November, 2019
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Goes the legend: This thing dates back to the year when the River Nile was dug.
But for some researchers this adage is quite true to life. The late Scholar Abddalh Altayeb, an authority on Arabic, Literature and even on Sudan’s ancient history, had said that geologists are of the view that the River Nile’s mouth was at the Sabalouga CaMore
It is ironic that Brussels that hosts the European Union headquarters, and where Prime Minister Abdalla Hamadok is visiting looking for some support, is going through one of its crises that is putting to test its very existence and relevance. It was French President Emanuel Macron, who did not mince hi....More
27 October, 2019
LONDON (Sudanow) – Two Sudanese women, Ahlam Khidr and Gada Kadoda, have been selected for the BBC list of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2019. Ahlam Khidr is a protest leader. Her 17-year-old son, Hazaa, was killed during a peaceful demonstration against the defunct regime of dictator Omer al-Bashir in September 2013. Since then, Ahlam has dedicated her life to seeking justice for him, and fighting for the rights of those killed or “missing” in Sudan. She said she had vowed during the burial of her son that she would never let his death go without retribution as long as sh...
10 November, 2019
03 November, 2019
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Friends and disciples of the late fine artist and writer Ibrahim Al-Awam are observing his first anniversary with symposia, talk shows and arts exhibitions. From TV shows to web pages Awam’s lovers continue to pay tribute to the noble artist and his noble art, sometimes with tearful eyes. Born in the village of Alzooma, of the works of Meroe District in the Northern State in 1935, Al’awam had lived the life of artistic creation ...
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KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Protests broke out around Omdurman City upon the announcement of the mysterious death of policeman Nazar Alnaeem Farajallah who died last week while on a visit to Cairo, Egypt. The protests and public suspicion are justified in that Policeman Nazar had outspokenly asserted that he had sweeping evidence about the perpetrators of the bloody attack on the sit-in in fro...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow)- For over 25 years Bashir Mohamad Bashir (known as the silent Sheikh) has stopped verbal communication. Instead, he communicates with others in writing. A graduate and post graduate of the prestigious French Sorbonne University, Sheikh Bashir refuses to reveal his philosophy behind this choice. After graduation from the Sorbonne University with honors and a masters degree in economics, Sheikh Bashir returned...