Today 24.Feb.2017
Last update : 2017-02-22, 3:33 pm
in Khartoum
  • UN Recognizes TutI Island as Champion of Disaster Risk Reduction

    Tuti Island

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—Tuti Island is experiencing these days a tremendous media bonfire after it was named among the world’s best eight places in using the traditional skills and local cultures for controlling risks of disasters, particularly more..

  • Al-Bashir leaves for India


    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) – President Omer al-Bashir left Wednesday for New Delhi to participate in the third Indian-African Summit which will kick off Thursday. Al-Bashir is leading a delegation comprises Minister of Finance and Economic Planning more..

  • Sudanese Woman Skilled in Cupping

    Um Ahmed treats  a boy

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—Cupping, hijamah in Arabic, is a practice of incising the skin with a sharp tool to let out the decomposed blood as a cure from diseases. It was recommended by Mohammad the Prophet (PBUH) more..

  • Sudan’s Name Removed from List of States Having Problems in Combating Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing


    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) – The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has decided at the end of meetings held in Paris, France, Friday, to clear the name of the Sudan from the list of states having regulatory more..

  • Dinder Shall not Die


    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—Professor Bernhard Grzimek produced in 1959 his famous documentary film titled (Serengeti shall not die) which won him the Oscar Award. But first of all he succeeded in presenting a global definition of a more..

  • Ahmed the Clockmaker is Moving to Qatar to Study

    Ahmed speaks to the media after he met with al-bashir

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) – The Sudanese-American boy arrested for bringing a homemade clock to his Texas school, that was mistaken for a bomb, is moving to Qatar after accepting a scholarship offer to study there. Fourteen-year-old more..

  • Khartoum International Book Fair

    Khartoum Exhibitions Park in Burre

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—The First Vice President, Lt. Gen. Bakre Hassan Salih, has inaugurated at Khartoum Exhibitions Park in Burre neighborhood the 11th Session of Khartoum Book Fair which lasts from October 17-29. Present at the inaugural more..

  • African Women: Between Tradition and Modernity


    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) – The book, came out in 2002 in Arabic, is a Cambridge publication, U.K. It contains 487 pages, 67 pages of which are dedicated to footnotes and attachments. The author, Dr Fatima Babikir more..

  • Al-Bashir Vows to Continue Reform Efforts

    The National Assembly

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) – President Omar al-Bashir vowed Monday that efforts would continue unabated in reform of the institutions and legislations of the country for achieving transparency and integrity. Addressing the opening sitting of the Legislature’s more..

  • Sudanese Region Declared Free of River Blindness


    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) – The Federal Ministry for Health celebrated Thursday the declaration of Abu Hamad region, northern Sudan, free of river blindness. River blindness, also known as onchocerciasis, is spread by the bites of infected more..