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  • Displacement: A Thorny Issue
    Displacement: A Thorny Issue

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - You can recognize them from the first glance: They are the poor of the cities who fled the inferno of war in their home villages. They come to the cities in search of means of survival. ...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow)—Following more than 60 days of disappearance from the newsstands, Aljareedah daily newspaper reappeared on Sunday full with news, as usual, not to the liking of the government authorities...

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  • New Cabinet Received With Skepticism
    New Cabinet Received With Skepticism

      Khartoum (Sudanow) - A wave of disappointment and dismay had engulfed the Sudanese public upon the announcement of the new cabinet. While the people had expected to see new faces, they now see a repeat of the ma...

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  • Historian Mekki Shibeika, A Dedicated Academic
    Historian Mekki Shibeika, A Dedicated Academic

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - He outmatched his contemporaries; being the first Sudanese to obtain a doctorate degree in history and the first Sudanese to obtain a professorship in this domain. Because of his discret...

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  • National Goodwill Ambassador
    National Goodwill Ambassador

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Plan International Sudan has appointed renowned TV presenter Ms. Mawada Hassan as its first ever goodwill ambassador.  Mawada Hassan, a graduate of the Khartoum University Faculty of Ar...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Columnist Al-Tahir Satti has called for formation of a fact-finding committee to detect how a Philippine company has won a bid for operation of the southern harbor of Port Sudan after its tender was ...

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