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27 March, 2020
Khartoum(Sudanow) - Alhajja Buthayna Mohamed Rajab is an elderly woman living in one of the old neighborhoods of Omdurman City. As a young girl she used to cure her siblings suffering from colds, fever, respiratory system inflammations, soar throats, tonsillitis and even malaria and typhoid with a concoction of sunut tree fruit poMore
In his second public televised address to the nation Prime Minister Dr. Abdalla Hamdok finally took the step that he should have taken since he assumed office seven months ago: to look and focus his attention inside, call for self-dependence and urge the Sudanese people inside and outside the country ....More
05 April, 2020
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Sudanese Neonatologist at the Security Forces Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Dr. Mohammed Zain-alabdin, has recorded a world medical achievement by finding a gene in humans which causes multiple joint contractures and brain malformations in Newborns which prevents them from moving. The finding was registered in Dr. Zain’s name in the Online Mandalian Inheritance in Man (OMIM) as “Zain Syndrome”, after being published in the reputable American genetic journal, Human Genetics, January 2020. A closely related couple had come to the hospital for follow up on the con...
08 March, 2020
29 March, 2020
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The following short story was written by the Sudanese renowned writer and critic Ali al-Makk * and translated by Adil Babikir: I spent considerable time today writing you this letter. Having written it time and again in my mind, I now have a final version saved in my memory and cannot resist the temptation of reciting it, first loudly and then in whisper. Before today, though, I thought my old wounds had healed, and that time had been the be...
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KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Football fans were deeply shocked Tuesday to learn about the death of legendary midfielder Kamal Abdelwahhab, widely known with the nickname: “The Doctor of Sudanese Football.” Kamal had earned this funny title because before he appeared on the football scene, the football fans believed the sport was sick and was in dire need for new talents t...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - On the first day of the new intermediate school year in one of the towns of Northern Sudan, first year student Sua’ad stood aloof from the other girls who were busy, each trying to pick her roommates in the school boarding house.Because the perplexed Sua’ad had no prior knowledge of any of the other girls, she stood still, belongings in hand, not knowing what to do.The shyness on Sua&...