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25 November, 2021
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: Investigate The Killings Of People After Military Crackdown Against Sudanese Protesters
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL issued on November 24 the following press release on the attrocities committed recently by the Sudanese security forces against the peaceful protestors:
Sudanese security forces have intensified their use of lethal force over the past twoMore
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The press columns this week were awash with the highly controversial and divisive agreement between the Army chief and military coup leader General Abdelfattah Alburhan, and the embattled Prime Minister Dr. Abdalla Hamdok, according to which the latter returned to his office as Prime Mini....More
21 November, 2021
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - In a big Sudanese scientific achievement two professors from the Sudan University of Science and Technology have obtained a patent for the use of the leaves, branches and stems of the local herb hargel (scientific name Solennostemma argel) as an effective stimulant for the growth of crops and also as an organic pesticide for some harmful plant diseases. Observers consider the findings and the patent a landmark in the Sudan’s agricultural progress. The patent was awarded by the Registrar of the Sudan Intellectual Property to Professor Awad Khalafalla and Professor Alsir Ibrahim Mohammad Idris of the Research Center...
21 November, 2021
30 November, 2021
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The American multinational technology and media giant Google has celebrated on Tuesday the 85th birthday of the outstanding poet and writer Muhammad al-Faytouri on its first Internet page. Google’s page, illustrated by guest artist Nora Zeid, today celebrates Sudanese–Libyan poet, playwright, and diplomat Muhammad al-Fayturi, read the Agency’s article on the occasion. Thread together by the language of revolution, al-Fayturi&rsquo...
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KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Still the men and women of the Sudan continue to give a rare example of courage and faithfulness to the promise they made to protect the December 2018 Revolution, presenting new 40 martyrs in the state of Khartoum alone in the ongoing protests against the 25 October 2021 military coup.The Medical Doctors Union has put the number of the martyrs who rose up to th...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The following story had happened in 1996 when the police found it a moral duty to heavily sift through a garbage dump to retrieve valuables of iconic singer Sayed Khalifa. According to retired police officer Omar Ahmed Tabeedi, the commander of the suburban Jeraif West suburban area Police Station here, they early morning one day received the singing star Sayed Khalifa who told them burglars had stormed ...