Commentary

  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Following are summation of the week’s most press hyped issues and which drew writers’ commentaries. They are: The Calls by some politicians to reconcile the remnants of the defunct regim...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Three of the most outstanding issues that busied the press in the last week were: The PM Abdalla Hamdok’s pledge to trace and recover stolen money from abroad, the landmark resum...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

     KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Follows are summations of press commentaries that tackled three of Sudan’s outstanding events last week. These events were the closure of the strategic Khartoum-Port Sudan highway by the ...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Three issues had captured the interest of press editorials and commentaries last week. These were: The repercussions of PM Abdalla Hamdok’s initiative for political and security reform, the hos...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - In high focus of the press writers last week were the following issues: The exciting suggestion by journalist, women activist Ms. Amal Habbani, for her fellow females to seek bedfellows to spend the...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Three issues that won wide commentary from the press last week were: The call for toppling the transitional government after its recent harsh economic measures that, for instance, raised fuel prices...

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  • Weekly Press Columns Digest
    Weekly Press Columns Digest

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) ــــــ Three articles have attracted the editor’s attention from the week’s press commentaries. They have tackled the recent defiance by militia leader Mohammad Hamdan Dagalo (Hemaidt...

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