The Sudanese believed in a wise man called Sheikh Farah Odtktok who lived in period between the 7th and 8th century AD, and predicted many of the ...
Sudan’s central bank said Wednesday it had received its first overseas fund transfer in US dollars since Washington announced the lifting of a ...
As the United States officially lifts its 20-year-old sanctions against Sudan on Thursday, October 12, the Sudanese government maintained that it ...
The Sudanese street has rejoiced in Washington's decision to lift economic sanctions on Sudan, with many expressing their hopes that their situation ...
Omdurman was notified on Sunday that it would have to cease broadcasting because it did not have a proper permit
the Sudan Amateur Boxing Federation has sought to encourage women to join the sport despite social challenges
Polls opened across Darfur in a referendum on whether to keep its five states or unite them into a single region
Sudan’s security forces have been accused of harassing and detaining rights activists, opposition politicians and journalists
Veteran Sudan opposition leader Hassan al-Turabi, one of the fiercest critics of Bashir’s government, died of a heart attack
Pharmacist Omer Eltigani hopes to bring Sudanese cuisine to the rest of the world
Relations between Juba and Khartoum had been tense since South Sudan’s secession split in 2011
Khartoum airport authorities confirmed the group had flown to Turkey and the students’ families said they had not seen them since Friday
Bashir dissolved his last cabinet when he was sworn in for a new five-year term last Tuesday
Two Russians kidnapped in Sudan’s Darfur in January have been freed by their captors, a spokesman for Russia’s embassy in Khartoum said Saturday
Sadiq believes the world is running according to the theory of Miles Copeland, author of “The Game of Nations”
Two contractors working for the Sudanese foreign ministry are facing espionage charges after Khartoum accused them of providing a U.S. intelligence ...
‘We cannot handle a new problem and conflicts between Sunnism and Shiism,’ Bashir says
Sudan ranked near bottom, at 172 out of 180, in the Reporters Without Borders 2014 World Press Freedom Index
The press council expressed ‘its deep regret at this step to block this large number of newspapers’
The attack happened as the workers were returning from the town of Kurmuk after distributing "humanitarian aid’
U.N. Development Program heads ordered out, sources say
Sudan’s economy has been badly hit by a U.S. trade embargo since 1997
The mission’s attempts to investigate charges that government troops raped 200 women and girls in the Darfur village of Tabit
During the first week of October, Muslims across the world will celebrate the annual festival of Eid al-Adha, or the Festival of Sacrifice, which ...
South Sudanese watch the Melody Dance Group as they perform marking World Humanitarian Day, in the grounds of the Andalos camp, some 30 kilometers ...
Bashir, who governs with his National Congress Party, seized power 25 years ago in an Islamist-backed coup
There were 184 injuries during the deluge which affected around 6,100 families
The activists were detained last May, according to a non-violent movement seeking an end to President Omar al-Bashir’s government
She fears for the health of a daughter born in extreme conditions in prison, and is concerned about an unknown future
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