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  • Demographic, Cultural Impact Of Old Hajj Routes In Africa

  • Demographic, Cultural Impact Of Old Hajj Routes In Africa

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Old times African pilgrims journeying to and back from Mecca have left an impact very remarkable, often inerasable, on the demography and culture of African regions they crossed around the African Continent.
    The roads leading to the Holy Land had united a lot of tribes along the hajj (pilgrimage) routes, with some ethnic groups preferring to s

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Commentary

Waiting for Godot?
  • Waiting for Godot?

    The October 12 deadline could be yet another missed chance to scrap the two decades long US sanctions on Sudan unless both Khartoum and Washington change the way they operate.   A closer look at what happened last week shows clearly what US Foreign Policy magazine called “a Disorganized White Hou....

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Achievements

  • Groups Of Young Investors Display Useful Products, Plea For Support

  • Groups Of Young Investors Display Useful Products, Plea For Support

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Groups of young Sudanese inventors have seized the opportunity of the Expo “Made In Sudan” to put into display a number of interesting inventions that won the appreciation of companies and factories. State Minister of The Industry, Dr.Abdu Dao’od has reportedly exerted a lot of effort to connect the young inventors, all of whom are college students, with companies and major factories that showed interest in the inventions, promising to adopt them. Ahmad Awad Osman and Ahmad Salah Hassan of the electronics section, Omdurman Islamic University, have invented a set that can control the flow of w...

Arts

  • Writer Leila Aboulela:  Realism Is Still the Favorite School In Narrative

  • Writer Leila Aboulela: Realism Is Still the Favorite School In Narrative

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Sudanese novelist, story writer, Leila Aboulela ,  has shone very brightly as a novelist and story writer in a very short while. Born in Khartoum in 1964 for a Sudanese father and an Egyptian mother, Leila Aboulela lives with her husband in England since 1989 and writes in English. Her short story ‘The Museum”,  published within her collection of short stories ’Colored Lights’, has won the Caine Priz...

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