Ayo Olopon: The African Traditional Game Better Than Chess

African cultural heritage is under threat and we are gradually losing our identity as a people. This is because we are failing to pay attention to the little details that represent our traditions. We are allowing western ideologies to wash them away like sands on the seashore. Our minds have been colonized and with each

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Sudan-Italy political committee kick off in Rome

SMC- The eighth session of the Sudanese – Italian political committee kick off on Tuesday, in the the Italian capital, Rome. The committee would discuss all issues of the bilateral cooperation, top of which, the practical steps for strengthening the bilateral relations in all fields as the two sides will exchange briefings on internal and

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Global Markets Drop Over Worries About U.S. and European Economies

Global markets largely took a tumble on Monday, with worries about a possible U.S. recession. Japan’s Nikkei 225 index was was down 3%. The Shanghai composite was off almost 2%, as was Hong Kong’s Hang Seng, with the Shenzhen composite down 0.9%. European stocks had dropped on Friday because of a batch of bad regional

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Sudanese Chief of Staff stressed the importance and strategy of relations with US

SMC- Sudanese Army’s Chief of General Staff Kamal Abdel-Marouf stressed the importance and strategy of  relations with US and Sudan’s keenness to normalize and develop it to the common interests. This come during a meeting on Monday with Lt. Col. Sean Corcoran, the new US military attaché who presented his credentials to the Chiefs of Staff.

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European Union supports water development projects in Sudan

Press Release Access to safe drinking water is a fundamental right but remains a challenge in many parts of the world. Around 2.1 billion people across the globe lack access to drinking water and 340,000 children under five die annually from unsafe drinking water and diarrhea due to poor sanitation. Sudan faces ecological hazards such

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