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  • Dramatic Re-Union Of Long Separated Family Members
    Dramatic Re-Union Of Long Separated Family Members

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Many families (past and present) choose to build their own homes in squatters around big cities to avoid high house rents. But these illegally built homes are always likely to be bulldozed by the aut...

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  • Will Of Ex Coptic Man And Muslim Pub Goers
    Will Of Ex Coptic Man And Muslim Pub Goers

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The following is a true story which happened in Omdurman city, early last century in Khartoum: A wealthy Sudanese from the Christian Coptic sect converted to Islam and kept it secret as he f...

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  • Tribal Chief Succeeded Where Official Judiciary Failed
    Tribal Chief Succeeded Where Official Judiciary Failed

      KHARTOUM (Sadanow) - Tribal Chief Wad Nawwai was appointed long years ago as Omda (mayor) of the vast area from the Southern White Nine District down to the border with the Upper Nile State (in what has now becom...

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  • Lease Contract Carries Surprise For Court Foes
    Lease Contract Carries Surprise For Court Foes

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - When he leased one of his houses in Khartoum North to a company engineer coming from Elobied City in Central- Western Sudan, it never came to his mind that this lease contract would one day c...

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  • Newspaper Headline Helps Woman Retrieve Lost Huge Cash
    Newspaper Headline Helps Woman Retrieve Lost Huge Cash

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow)- Office employee Hanan Mohammad Abdelrahman had never thought it possible to lose a huge sum of money sent to her from her cousin working abroad to help his family buy a home. Hanan said in a ...

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  • Estranged Orphan Wins Legal Case He Did Not Pursue
    Estranged Orphan Wins Legal Case He Did Not Pursue

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - This is one of the strangest legal cases seen by the Sudanese judiciary. It so happened during the 1980s that three men came into court in one of the towns of the Gezira District and told the sitting...

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