• A New Front
    A New Front

      The resignation by Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn last week that took almost everyone by surprise is opening a new front for Sudan, which is not short of domestic, regional and international hot sp...

  • Working for a Breakthrough
    Working for a Breakthrough

    One way to handle the current economic crisis that is turning into a political one is to focus efforts with the aim of making a breakthrough in raising the country’s oil output.   Despite the fact that Sudan...

  • Interview With Novelist Ann Al-Safi
    Interview With Novelist Ann Al-Safi

      Novelist Ann Al-Safi to “Sudanow”: - I work hard to come up with new ideas reading from past experiences and modern fields. - “Writing for the Future” is the intellectual project I&rsquo...

  • Artificial Limbs, A Sudanese Accomplishment
    Artificial Limbs, A Sudanese Accomplishment

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Aalya Mohamed of the Nahr al-Neel State, was about forty years old in the year 2005 when she underwent a leg amputation surgery because of a chronic sugar wound. She felt broke and did not kn...

  • The Great Shift
    The Great Shift

      For all practical purposes the Egyptian presidential elections slated for the end of March looks like they will be mere referendum on one candidate, current President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, following, in effect, t...

  • Experts Consider Khartoum Half Marathon A success
    Experts Consider Khartoum Half Marathon A success

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - With the participation of 2500 sprinters, including seven professionals, the Khartoum International Marathon For Peace was deemed by experts as a success. Professional players from Algeria, Ruanda, ...


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