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  • The Show In Paris
    The Show In Paris

      Fingers crossed Sudan’s mammoth $60 billion external debt could be cleared by the end of this year by securing deals and relief packages during the 2-day conference that starts on Monday in Paris, Prime Min...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The most outstanding issues that drew press commentaries last week were the attempts by adherents of the former ruling party, the dissolved National Congress, to reassemble under ...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Among others, the press columnists last week tackled the drowning of 130 Sudanese nationals while trying to cross the Mediterranean sea into Europe. The writers have also written elaborate commentari...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Following are selected summaries from press commentaries tackling the death of Chadian President Idris Debi, the 190 rotting human dead bodies found in a Khartoum hospital morgue and t...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Out of a lot of editorials and commentaries carried by the week’s press, the editor has paused at these three issues: the inauguration of the youth productive projects, the abolishing of the Is...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - In the editor’s focus last week were three articles tackling the calamitous violence in the town of Aljenaina in West Darfur State, the resignation of the Energy Ministry’s Undersecretary...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The recent revelations of Egypt’s President Abdelfattah Alsisi in which he uttered a veiled threat to Ethiopia over the Renaissance Dam issue, the spectacular triumph of Sudan’s soccer na...

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