Chairman of Sultanate of Oman National Records and Archive Authority, Dr. Hamad bin Mohammed al-Dhawyani, recently visited the Sudan’s National Records Office and some archeological sites. He pledged that his Authority will assist the archeological missions in their efforts to unearth the Sudanese ancient civilizations.
Everybody alive today came from one African country
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...
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...
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