25-September-2018

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  • Worrying Signs
    Worrying Signs

    Part of the problem of Sudan-US bilateral relations during the past few decades is that the professional diplomats have very little say in crafting an American policy towards Sudan. It was the lobbyists, activists and NG...

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  • Worrying Signs
    Worrying Signs

    Part of the problem of Sudan-US bilateral relations during the past few decades is that the professional diplomats have very little say in crafting an American policy towards Sudan. It was the lobbyists, activists and NG...

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  • Women Parliamentarians Day
    Women Parliamentarians Day

    Dr. Suad al-Fatih al-Badawe, a prominent Islamist and parliamentarian, seen here with the First President of Pan-African Parliament (PAP) Gertrude Ibengwe Mongella (from Tanzania) during the opening session marking Sudan...

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  • The Missing Lesson
    The Missing Lesson

    In the early 1990s the only rebel group then SPLM/A was going through its most difficult times. The newly installed Ingaz regime in Khartoum was scoring number of military victories in the field to the extent that the SP...

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  • The Missing Lesson
    The Missing Lesson

    In the early 1990s the only rebel group then SPLM/A was going through its most difficult times. The newly installed Ingaz regime in Khartoum was scoring number of military victories in the field to the extent that the SP...

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  • CONGRATULATIONS
    CONGRATULATIONS

    Sudanow Editor-in-Chief and the Magazine staff congratulate Mohamed Osman Adam, the Magazine’s consultant and former Editor-in-Chief, for his selection within the roaster of media and translation consultancy of the...

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  • FAO, Sudanese Government Sign Food Security Programme
    FAO, Sudanese Government Sign Food Security Programme

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Sudanese government signed on Monday a four-year Country Programming Framework (CPF) worth 72 million US dollars. According to a pr...

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