18-August-2018

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  • Pigeon Pea: Healthy Meat Alternative
    Pigeon Pea: Healthy Meat Alternative

    HARTOUM (Sudan) - Pigeon pea (known in Sudan as adasy or adasia) is a perennial legume from the family fabaceae, mostly grown in tropical and subtropical regions of the world.  shrub, growing to over 3m tall Pigeon ...

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  • Golden Engagement
    Golden Engagement

    Slowly, slowly western companies are returning to Sudan. The last to show up is an Australian gold miner, who joined hands with a Canadian counterpart to venture into gold mining business in Sudan. Resolute Mining of Au...

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  • A Club Between Anvil And Hammer
    A Club Between Anvil And Hammer

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow)—The administrative crisis of Al-Mirreikh Club, the Sudan's twin sports summit, is fast aggravating, while all attempts for defusing it have failed as a result of successive resignations b...

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  • Pioneer Of Designing Arabic Alphabet On Computer
    Pioneer Of Designing Arabic Alphabet On Computer

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow)—For ordinary people he might be one of thousands carrying a PhD titles before their names. But, to computer experts, language programmers, he stands aloof, a towering figure that introduced ...

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  • Eye On Paris
    Eye On Paris

    Eyes are on Paris and what the 4-day meeting of the Sudan Call opposition groups ending today will produce. Though it is the second meeting for this opposition body in five months, but this one has special significance.O...

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  • Sycamore, The Sudan's Fig
    Sycamore, The Sudan's Fig

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—The sycamore is a shady, huge, longevous, ever-green tree, about 20 meters high, with many branches and thin, a bit coarse oval leaves smaller in size than those of the fig tree and it bears frui...

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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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