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  • Heritage

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) - Photos showing a part of Darfur traditional dances, utensils, clothes and ornaments (Photo: Adil Sideeg): [gallery ids="5632,5633,5644,5637,5639,5640,5642,5643,5636"]...

  • Elie Match Group Enhances Gum Arabic Production in Sudan

    KHARTOUM ( – The Kuwait-based Elie Match Company on Sunday paid 850.000 Sudanese pounds to Gum Arabic Producers Cooperative Societies in North Kordufan State in implementation of an agreement it had ...

  • Football Season Winds Up With Little Surprise

    KHARTOUM ( - The Sudanese football season on Thursday wound up with al-Hilal of Omdurman winning both the League and the Sudan Cup Titles. Al-Hilal early in October secured the League title - three weeks...

  • More Is Needed To Counter Breast Cancer In Sudan

    KHARTOUM-MADANI ( – Sudanese Health Ministry reports indicate that women are most infected with cancer than men in Sudan. The reports say breast cancer constitutes a big deal of cancer infections amo...

  • Arab Region’s Meat Production Up By 1.1 Million Tons

    KHARTOUM ( - Production of meat in the Arab Region in 2015 jumped to 9.2 million tons, up by 1.1 million tons from what it was in 2014, according to the Arab Organization for Agricultural Development (AOA...

  • Events

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) - Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD) was signed in 2011 between the government of Sudan and the Liberation and Justice Movement headed by Dr al-Tijani al-Sesi, with the mediation of Qatar. The ph...

  • Recurring Plane Crashes in Sudan

    KHARTOUM ( - A BO105 training helicopter belonging to Kenana Air Base crashed on Sunday near Kosti city, in the White Nile State, killing one of its pilots and leaving two crew members injured. An offi...


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