18-August-2018

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  • A Genius Child
    A Genius Child

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)— He was the first child in the Middle East to win the membership of Mensa IQ Society, the world's largest and oldest high IQ society for the genius persons who constitute 1% of total world popula...

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  • Remapping the Middle East?
    Remapping the Middle East?

    The recent developments following the Trump administration scrapping the Iran nuclear deal coupled with ongoing domestic political and economic problems are putting Sudan on its tiptoes. According to a Washington Post s...

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  • Restoring Government Authority
    Restoring Government Authority

    It is not the first time that Sudan decides to curtail its diplomatic presence abroad. Faced with similar economic crisis and scarcity of hard currency as the one the country is currently experiencing, then President Ja&...

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  • Living In Garbage Dump
    Living In Garbage Dump

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Sad mourners sitting at the home of a deceased Sufi leader in Khartoum all of a sudden heard sharp cries and wailing from a woman outside. Rushing outside to see what went wrong, the gathering saw a ...

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  • Fighting Corruption, Enter the IMF
    Fighting Corruption, Enter the IMF

    Fighting corruption has been a hot issue in many countries and throughout different times, but with little success. Despite efforts by various organizations to tackle the issue from publicizing it as a deterrent measure ...

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  • In Remembrance Of Writer Hassan Najeela
    In Remembrance Of Writer Hassan Najeela

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - It is now exactly 35 years since the Sudan mourned its outstanding writer, historian, teacher and journalist Hassan Najeela. The late Najeela was one of the founders of the Graduates Congress...

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Sudanow is the longest serving English speaking magazine in the Sudan. It is chartarized by its high quality professional journalism, focusing on political, social, economic, cultural and sport developments in the Sudan. Sudanow provides in depth analysis of these developments by academia, highly ...

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