• Too Little, Too Late
    Too Little, Too Late

      Slowly the government started to adopt a softening position on the demonstrations that have been rocking the country for more than seven weeks. From the president down to senior officials like the prime minister ...

  • Ahmed Khair
    Ahmed Khair

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The death of Ahmed al-Khair, a teacher in the Sudan’s eastern city of Khushem Algirba, has spurred wide condemnations among the Sudanese, prompting authorities to set up a high level legal comm...

  • Sudan Protests: What Possible Ramifications
    Sudan Protests: What Possible Ramifications

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Sudanese demonstrators have been flooding the streets of the capital Khartoum and other state cities for the seventh week successively as of now.   What began as living demand protests against...

  • Weekly Digest  Of Press Columns
    Weekly Digest Of Press Columns

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Renowned Columnist Murtadha al-Ghali wondered whether it is legitimate for members of the organized forces of the army, police and security to hide themselves behind masks or whether the law ...

  • Weekly  Press Digest
    Weekly Press Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Are the Central Bank of Sudan and its Governor aware of the hazards and impact of the new banknotes of 100, 200 and 500 Sudanese pounds to be introduced in the market in the coming days? This questi...

  • Message From Beirut
    Message From Beirut

      The Arab summit held recently in Beirut, Lebanon was a non-event except for a small dispute on the final communique. That dispute was related to Sudan and its long cherished goal of positioning itself as the pote...


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