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10 January, 2023
Khartoum, Jan (Sudanow) - The civil forces that signed the framework agreement issued a statement on Monday defining the general framework and issues of a fair final political agreement, in which the components of the Sudanese people called for the need to support the decisions and recommendations of conferences and working groups as an entry point to reach a final agreement.More
Headlines of the Sudanese newspapers on January 1,2023:-* Global Petroleum: Libya has the cheapest fuel in the world and Sudanis fourth in the Arab World.♢ A judicial decree to suspend the activities of the Bar AssociationSteering Committee issued.♢ Darfur lawyer accuses Port-Sudan prison administration o....More
28 December, 2022
Khartoum, Dec. 28 (Sudanow)-A large number of Sudanese inside and outside the country celebrated the photographer and director, Afra Saad, winning first place in the 2022 Africans Rising Prize for African Struggle, which seeks to motivate youth in the African continent. The achievement loomed high the media and social networking sites. Biography and career. Afra Saad, born in Tuti Island in 1988, is a filmmaker and photographer. Graduated from Al-Neelain University, Faculty of Arts, Department of Libraries and Information, founding member of the “Women’s Kandaka” group at Al-Neelain University. She spent a training perio...
22 November, 2022
25 January, 2023
Khartoum 25.1.2023 (Sudanow) - Arts are the mirror of Nations; civilizations are measured by it; And when we talk about arts ; here we need to stand; in which we distinguish from which industry we are talking about; It is Sudanese drama making, whose first feature is; The inherent multiplicity of its components; It is the source of drama and beautiful programmes. Last Friday on the bank of the River Nile "Marbles for Art Production" celebrated its 9th ...
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Everybody alive today came from one African country (The Independent) Ariana Baio Khartoum, Jan.1 (Sudanow)-It is well known that all humans alive today can be traced back to a common ancestor but a study may have found where that ancestor originates. Researchers at the University of Oxford’s Big Data Institute mapped the entirety of genetic relationships among humans t...More
Zalingei, Jan.1 (Sudanow) - A dispute over a phone battery, in Marin Market, Central Darfur, led to the killing of nine persons and injuring of another twelve. The Director of Central Darfur Police, Salah Omar Al-Tayeb told SUNA last Thursday that main reasons behind the events in Zalingei began with a dispute over a phone battery, where one of the citizens stabbed to death. The police official added that the police forces moved to th...