KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - This is one of the strangest legal cases seen by the Sudanese judiciary. It so happened during the 1980s that three men came into court in one of the towns of the Gezira District and told the sitting...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - One summer night while I was commuting back home, a young kid carrying a plastic bag got into the bus. The kid was stumbling from his heavy load and was about to fall down. I was surprised ...More
The signing ceremony between Southern Sudanese warring factions scheduled for today carries with it a significant feature: lack of an active American involvement. Actually Washington went step further to express its &ldq...More
Photo of the Week
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - A group of European ambassadors have participated with representatives of local and international organizations and the residents of Tuti Island in the cleaning of the Island’s beach and the market street from waste and litter to observe World Environment Day (June 5). The group includes the ambassadors of Sweden, Netherlands, Spain and the European Unio...More
KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - As a very little school girl in her home village of Morka of the extreme Northern Sudan, Fatima Abdoun Idris used to fear punishment from her firm teacher of housekeeping very much. And one day while holding a needle between her teeth, she was told by a classmate the teacher was on her way to the classroom. The perplexed Fatima hurriedly sat upright, unconsciously swallowing the needle. Forty years of suff...