21-October-2017

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  • Sudan's First Woman Car Driver
    Sudan's First Woman Car Driver

    Saudi Arabia on Monday took milestone decision to allow women drive cars. This brings to SUDANOW sweet memories of the late Sudanese lady Amna Attya, who received, almost a whooping three quarters of a century ago, her d...

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  • Great Biram festivities
    Great Biram festivities

    During the Great Biram festivities, Sudanese usually sacrifice one sheep, or goat, in observance of the holy Eid Adha. The animal is usually brought from the rural area where most animals feed on natural fodders, with no...

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  • Rainy Season
    Rainy Season

    The contrast is starking: for Khartoum inhabitants the rainy season has been for years linked to calamities: inundations and floods, mosquitos, multitudes of other vectors and muddy terrains. A few kilos outside the nati...

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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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  • 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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  • OBITUARY: International Runner Mussa Jouda
    OBITUARY: International Runner Mussa Jouda

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Sudanow Magazine announces the death of former Sudanese international runner Mussa Jouda in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on Wednesday. He is considered an outstanding Sudanese athletic champion who won for...

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  • Wooping Increases in Hajj Fees
    Wooping Increases in Hajj Fees

    Sudanese applicants for pilgrimage this year were struck by the whooping increase of 131% in the hajj fees, against last year’s prices. At a press conference held by Hajj Authority, officials in Khartoum revealed...

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