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  • World Celebrities Spotlight Sudan's Ancient History, Tourist Destinations

  • World Celebrities Spotlight Sudan's Ancient History, Tourist Destinations

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The triumph of the Kushite Queen, Kandake  Amanirenas, over the invading Roman armies after five years of fierce fighting has so much inflamed the zeal of American star Keke Palmer that she chose to study the civilization of Kush.

    Captivated with the valiance of Kandake Amanirenas, Keke Palmer chose the tattoo of a cluster of pyramids of the

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The Challenge Facing Sudanese Diplomacy
  • The Challenge Facing Sudanese Diplomacy

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The very day the much delayed visit by Egyptian foreign minister Sameh Shukri to Khartoum took place, Sudan revealed that following the UN Convention on the Law of Sea articles it has notified the world body that it does not recognize the 1990 step taken by Egypt to delimit the straig....

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Achievements

  • Scholars Bow to Wisdom of Traditional Herbs Specialist

  • Scholars Bow to Wisdom of Traditional Herbs Specialist

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Mohamed Tahir Mohamed, a slim young man, coming from Berbay neighborhood of Kassala city, amazingly speaks like a scientist, in fluent English, about botany as if he is a lecturer in a renowned university, although left the school after completing the secondary level, to take over his father's legacy of treatment with herbs in his region where he has become famous as a herbalist who helped many people recover from different diseases. He met in Khartoum with a number of pharmacists and talked to them as a scientist and, being admired, Professor Mamoun Humaidah, the Minister of Health of Khartoum State and proprietor of th...

Arts

  • Obituary: Dirar Salih Dirar … Departure of a Library

  • Obituary: Dirar Salih Dirar … Departure of a Library

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Sudanese, both at home and abroad, were shocked over  the recent death of one of Sudan’s most established writers: historian, poet and translator Dirar Salih Dirar, who died in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, aged 95. Eulogies continue to pour out of the media in honor of this great man for the tremendous service he presented to his country and humanity at large. Functions of mourning continue to be organized wherever people knew him or ...

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