20-October-2018

Business

  • Diminishing Washington Role
    Diminishing Washington Role

    One of the striking features of the current Sudan-led, IGAD mediation effort to put South Sudan civil war to rest is the absence of an active US role. After all it was the United States, who was the midwife of South Suda...

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  • FC ‘Almirrikh’ Gets Compromise Board
    FC ‘Almirrikh’ Gets Compromise Board

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - At last, the Khartoum-based Almirrikh Football Club has got a new board of directors after long months of impasse that set the popular club in limbo. According to a statement by the Sudanese Fo...

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  • Poultry Breeders Turn To Quails
    Poultry Breeders Turn To Quails

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - In keeping with the known fancy of Sudanese for birds, a tendency is now growing for home breeding of common quails, for both food and for home beautification. The tendency is getting momentum in th...

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  • A New Game Emerging In The Horn Of Africa
    A New Game Emerging In The Horn Of Africa

      A combination of international, regional behind the scenes mediation and support coupled with indigenous emerging will to compromise is setting the stage for a dramatic change in the Horn of Africa, but the main ...

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  • A Looming Oil Shock?
    A Looming Oil Shock?

      A state of uncertainty and ambiguity is all over the world. Thanks to the bullying policies of US President Donald Trump, who, in effect, is shaking the foundation of the World Order that has been established sev...

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