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17 January, 2021
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - For decades now, the border strip separating Sudan and its Eastern neighbor Ethiopia has been in a state of tension because of the activity of Ethiopian bandits (known as Shifta) who scared off the peaceful Sudanese farmers and eventually occupied wide swaths of the fertile-rainy Fashaga area.
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) -The week’s editorials had tackled a lot of issues including, in the main, the on-dragging controversy over the proposed amendments of the school curricula, the upcoming cabinet reshuffle and the repercussions of the Ethiopian bandits attacks on the Eastern border enclave of Fas....More
10 January, 2021
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Introducing the book “A Monograph on Biochemical Research in the Sudan” written by the Late Professor Mansour Ali Haseeb, Harry Hoogstraal stated in May 1973 that “Professor Mansour Haseeb has been more intimately associated than any other living person with adding to Sudanese biomedical knowledge and sharing vast experience with younger generations of physicians and scientists. Just this month, these contributions and accomplishments were internationally applauded when the World Health Organization presented to Professor Haseeb the prestigious Dr A.T. Shousha Prize for significant contributions to publ...
03 January, 2021
17 January, 2021
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Aalim Abbas is one of the prominent contemporary Sudanese poets. He was born in al Fashir, Darfur, in 1948 and graduated in the Faculty of Sharia and Law, Omdurman Islamic University, in 1974. He has won the Republic Order for Arts in the 1971 Cultural Festival and the first prize in the Sudanese youth poets competition in 1973. Aalim has published a number of poetry books. He is currently the Secretary General of the National Council for ...
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KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The postal service “Sudapost” has inaugurated nine stamps in commemoration of and faithfulness for the December Revolution’s symbols. The stamps’ inauguration was carried out on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of Sudan’s independence and the 2nd anniversary of the December 2018 Revolution. Some of the stamps were meant to immortal...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) — Harsh treatment of children can sometimes lead to catastrophic consequences, like what happened to the girl Esra’a in this story. As told to Sudanow by Zahra’a Mohammad Alarabi, the girl Esra’a was one day brought to her family’s home by son of her sister Fatima who worked as a policeman. He said the girl was found stray and was brought to the police station by a bus...