Today 24.Feb.2017
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  • Sudanese Novelist Wins Major Regional Award

    Amir Taj al-Sir

    DOHA, QATAR (SUDANOW)- The Sudanese novelist Amir Taj al-Sir is among the five Arab novelists who won the Qatari Arab Novel Award “Katara”, the biggest prize of its kind in the Arab world. The award more..

  • Sudanese Journalists Take an Initiative to Stop Tribal Conflict in Darfur


    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)- Almost all Sudanese political daily newspapers on Saturday run the same headline and editorial “No for Blood Shedding” on rejection of recent escalation of tribal conflict in East Darfur state, calling for action more..

  • A Report on a Visit to Sudan by the Ethiopian Popular Diplomacy Delegation


      KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) The development of relations between peoples of various countries is one of the most important foundations for the enhancement of relations between countries on all the regional and international levels. The relations more..

  • Will Goz Dango Battle be the Beginning of the End of a Rebel Movement??

    Gen. Dalgo

    NYALA, DARFUR (SUDANOW) – For now, the inhabitants of Nyala, capital of South Darfur state, one of five states in the restive region of Darfur, near the borders with Chad, Libya, Central African Republic and more..

  • A Huge Popular Ethiopian Delegation Arrives in Khartoum


    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)- A 90-person strong Ethiopian delegation has landed in Khartoum early morning Friday, within a massive campaign of boosting popular relations between the Sudan and Ethiopia. The Ethiopian popular diplomacy delegation was received by more..

  • Qatar-Sudan Archaeological Project Moves Forward


    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW) The Qatari Mission for the Pyramids of Sudan has made a considerable progress in the restoration and preservation of over forty Nubian royal pyramids at al-Begrawiya area in Nahar Al-Neel (River Nile) State, more..

  • The Sudanese Acrobatic Troupe: A Tool for a Forgotten Cultural Investment

    Photo credit: Google

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—Late Sudanese President Jaafer Nimeiry was taking part in an African summit conference in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa at a time when the Sudanese regional relations were strained when, on the fringes of more..