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Why did Suakin Island turn into a ghost island

The town of Suakin is located on an island in the northeastern part of Sudan and has been an important…

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History

Jabel Maragha: how a 2000-year-old historical treasure was destroyed because of gold

Gold seekers motivated by greed were responsible for the destruction of an ancient archaeological site, Jabal Maragha, located in the…

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Africa

The most spoken languages ​​in Africa

The continent of Africa has over 2000 spoken languages. There are few that are widely spoken, and here are the…

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History

Why is Jebel Barkal important?

Jebel Barkal is so important because it’s believed to be a sacred place for Amun, and the temple complexes belonged…

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Tips

Best places to spend winter months

The grey sky, the snow, the cold, and the equally faded houses all merge into one unrelenting longing. However, these…

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Africa

3 African countries lose voting rights in UN

Three African countries, including Sudan, Congo, Guinea, have lost their right to vote in the United Nations because their debt…

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Africa

Internet blocked in Sudan in the run-up to new demonstrations

Security forces mobilized en masse in Khartoum on Sunday in the run-up to new demonstrations against the coup in Sudan.…

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Africa

Gold mine collapse in Sudan: balance rises to 38

Rescuers have recovered additional bodies in the collapse of a gold mine in Sudan. The state mining agency adjusted its…

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Africa

Tear gas against thousands of protesters in Sudan

Sudan’s security forces fired tear gas canisters on Saturday in an attempt to disperse thousands of opponents of the military…

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History

Meroe pyramids or political structure: What was Meroe known for?

Following the fall of the 24th Egyptian dynasty about 1000 BC, the Nubian kingdom of Kush arose as the dominant…

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Africa

United Nations: ‘Violence by Sudanese troops is shameful’

The violence by the Sudanese security forces against unarmed protesters “is utterly shameful”. So said Michelle Bachelet

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Africa

African wars history: The deadliest wars in Africa

Some African wars have become part of history, with scores of films and novels dedicated to them. Some conflicts, at…

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