Today 24.Feb.2017
Last update : 2017-02-22, 3:33 pm
in Khartoum
  • Regional Nile Day Celebration in Khartoum

    Dr Salman Mohamed Ahmed Salman

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—The Sudanese Ministry of Water Resources and Electricity organized on Sunday, February 22, the 2015 Nile Day celebration. The idea of celebration of the Nile Day on this date each year was to mark more..

  • President Bashir Concludes his 5-day Visit to UAE


    Khartoum, (Sudanow) – President Omar Bashir returned to Khartoum Wednesday evening concluding a several-day state visit to the United Arab Emirates during which he held talks with UAE officials on bilateral relations. Ali Karti, the more..

  • Winners of al-Tayeb Salih International Award For Creative Writing Announced


    Khartoum (SUDANOW) The first prizes of al-Tayeb Salih International Award for Creative Writing have gone to Ms. Wiam Hassan al-Madadi, from Morocco, Rasim Gasim Musa, from Iraq and Hassan Ibrahim Hassan from Syria for novel, more..

  • The Forthcoming General Elections: Broke Parties Contest for Peaceful Devolution of Power

    Presidential candidates registration procedures last January

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—The funding of the election campaign for both political parties and independent candidates may cause a new complication and confusion of this year’s election which has incited acute controversy and political dispute. The National more..

  • President Bashir Directs Continuation of Dialogue with USA to Reach Common Understandings


    Khartoum (SUNA/ SUDANOW) – President Omar al-Bashir has directed that dialogue should continue with the United States of America with the view to reach common understandings in a way that preserves Sudan’s interests and its more..

  • Economy Shrouded by Insecurity in South Kordofan

    Adam Fakki

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—South Kordofan is rated among the Sudan’s richest states as regards the economic resources but is in short of security and stability because it is one of the Two Areas, along with the Blue more..

  • The Dutch Ladies Tinne in the Sudan


    Khartoum (Sudanow) It might be surprising, but it is true: Sudan’s relation with European Royal families goes back to more than two centuries. And it was not a horse-riding white male with hard-edge hats who more..

  • ECA-North Darfur Discuss Economic Cooperation


    Al-Fasher (SUDANOW)– North Darfur Governor Osman Mohamed Yusuf Kibir discussed with a delegation of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) led by ECA Executive Director Carlos Lopez on Monday ways and means for more..

  • Al- Faisal Cultural Centre: Magnet for All Generations, Young & Old

    مركز الفيصل

    Khartoum (Sudanow) The relatively stagnant cultural movement has of late received a boost with the inception of Al-Faisal Cultural Centre. The Centre that grew up from a small idea has now become an edifice of more..

  • Considerable Gains at the Germany’s Green Week Fair

    Visitors at Sudan's pavilion

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—The Green Week Fair in Germany is one of the world’s biggest fairs, considering the numbers of the participant countries and visitors. It occupies 115,000 square meters, used by more than 1,600 exhibitors who more..