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  1. A real-life 'most interesting man in the world' co-owns historic Maine innRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 9 | Bangor Daily News

    Jack Burke in the Baron's Pub at the Pentagoet Inn in Castine. Burke and his wife Julie Van de Graaf own the historic inn.


  2. 7 Q&A on Arabian horses Egypt exports to EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 9 | Egypt Today

    Here are seven Q&A on Arabian horses that reveal why they are so special. 1- How many thoroughbred Arabian horse strains are there? There are five primary strains, known as Keheilan, Seglawi, Abeyan, Hamdani and Hadban, which are all Arabic names, naturally.


  3. Khartoum at Night' looks at Sudanese history through fashionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | University of Kansas

    The changing status of Sudanese Muslim women in the early 20th century was reflected in the clothing they wore on their bodies. The white-on-white patterns of head-to-ankle fabric wraps called tobes were given evocative names like Freedom and So Soft It Will Make You Weep.


  4. Episode 46: AmbassadorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 25 | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    What happens at a U.S. Embassy? What does it take to become a diplomat? And how do you celebrate the 4th of July in Africa? In this episode, we get a taste of how ambassadors represent U.S. interests in foreign countries. Our guest is Johnnie Carson , a former U.S. Ambassador to Uganda, Zimbabwe, and Kenya.


  5. Sudan: Sudan and Chad Discuss Exporting Goods, Establishing Trade FairsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 8 |

    Sudan and Chad have discussed the possibility of exporting Sudanese goods to the Chadian market and establishing exhibitions in Chad, they also emphasized the importance of the transit trade from Port Sudan to Chad. The State Minister at the Ministry of Trade, Al-Sadig Mohamed Ali, during his meeting with the visiting delegation of the Chadian Chamber of Commerce, indicated the Sudan's readiness to provide all facilities for dealing with the obstacles hinder the flow of trade between Port Sudan and Chad.


  6. Lifestyle-modification programs for weight management in Arab states lack in effectivenessRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Obesity is a growing health problem worldwide, and is associated with serious medical comorbidities and an increased risk of mortality. This scenario is present also in Arabic-speaking countries, where around 6-8% of the total population of the world lives.


  7. Shoukry's visit to Khartoum - " new start after tensions with CairoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 6 | Egypt Today

    It was Shoukry's second visit to Sudan this year. He met Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir in April to review the results of last meetings of the political consultation committee.


  8. Sufyvn - Photo courtesy of SufyvnRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 6 | Egypt Today

    Although he was introduced to music at a young age, Sufyvn has only been practicing it professionally for 7 years. "Around that time, I started making beats then I bought some equipment and stuff but before that growing up, I had some music equipment at home like a Casio keyboard and an accordion.


  9. Stookes on how he became Borneo's first flying doc before the warRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 5 | Daily Express

    TO GO right back to the beginning of things means starting sometime early as 1915, when various people in high places realized that horses were perhaps not going to be of great use at that particular stage of that particular war and thought that dashing young cavalrymen would stake good pilots. At the time I was a second lieutenant in the Royal Scots Greys, the only Scottish cavalry regiment, and welcomed the "paths of glory" distance which attachment to the Royal Flying Corps appeared to offer! About June, I was sent to No.


  10. UN Peacekeeping Chief: South Sudan Warring Parties Unwilling to End ViolenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 4 | Voice of America

    A top United Nations official visiting South Sudan this week called on the nation's warring parties to engage in a meaningful political process to end the fighting. Jean-Pierre Lacroix, the new U.N. under-secretary-general for peacekeeping operations, said the continuing violence is causing the South Sudanese people to suffer needlessly.


  11. Tribal Art London fair announces highlights from its 2017 editionRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Art Daily

    A fine Mahdi tunic, known as a Jibba, made in 19th century Sudan of cotton and wool applique, probably Stroud cloth. This would have belonged to a high ranking leader in the Mahdist army and probably dates to the period just after the fall of Khartoum at which point the Mahdist army acquired British manufactured wool, probably taken from uniforms.


  12. British tourist Del arrives in Cairo to visit historic monumentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 31 | Egypt Today

    The British delegation included 122 tourists who finalized their arrival procedures on board of the Egyptian aircraft coming from London under the supervision of tourism police at the airport. The company organizing the trip is slated to carry out a program for the tourists lasting for three days in Cairo and five days in Sharm el-Sheikh.


  13. China donates 1.8 mln USD to fight cholera, malaria in South SudanRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 30 | Xinhuanet

    The Chinese government has donated a combined sum of 1.8 million U.S. dollars to South Sudan's ministry of health to fight cholera and malaria in the war-torn East African country. The Chinese Embassy in South Sudan on Saturday handed over a check of 1 million dollars for cholera response, donated anti-malarial drugs worth 800,000 dollars and also donated one ambulance to the country's biggest referral hospital.


  14. Sudan: Saudi Ambassador to Sudan Commends the Level of Sudan-Saudi Bilateral RelationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 30 |

    The Saudi Arabian ambassador to the Sudan, Ali Bin Hassan Jaafar, has commended the level of bilateral relation and cooperation between his country and the Sudan. The ambassador who was addressing the fifth conference of the Ansar Sunna group in the Sudan, said relations between Khartoum and Riyadh have reached a level of strategic leadership which he said he would work to cement further in all fields and by all means possible.


  15. The story behind the historic bronze medalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 30 | Egypt Today

    The Egyptian Swimmer had a long story to tell behind this achievement; in this article we will reveal 22 unknown facts about the 22 years champion. 1. Farida Osman was born in Indianapolis, United States, on January 18, 1995 for two Egyptian doctors, Randa Al-Salawi and Hisham Osman.


  16. UN reports on malnutrition in Jebel Marra "contradictory": officialRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Sudan Tribune

    The government of Central Darfur state has underscored the security, humanitarian and food situation in the locality of Gulu, Jebel Marra area, is stable describing the UN reports in this regard as "contradictory". In its weekly bulletin on 24 June, the U.N Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said a recent survey conducted by the UN Children's Fund found critical levels of acute malnutrition in Jebel Marra.


  17. In search of safety: South Sudanese children travel alone to reach refugee camps in DarfurRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 26 | UNICEF News

    Jonk Tonk Dack, 14, and his brother Lowal, 9, receiving care at Kario camp for South Sudanese refugees in East Darfur. The two boys recently fled their hometown alone, escaping both hunger and fighting.


  18. Castle Zaman, a must-see for first-time Taba visitorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 27 | Egypt Today

    It oversees a spectacular, breath-taking and serene view linking nearly four countries together Good-yet-bad news that the place is not so child-friendly; place's management pulls all stops to ensure it stays serene. When it comes to food, you actually cannot hold your ground resisting its entice! Castle offers slow-food kitchen, providing the guests platters with generous portions of Egyptian-cooked meat alongside other Egyptian traditional food like Molokhya.


  19. President Trump will nominate Sam Brownback as pick for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Religion News Service

    President Trump has appointed Sam Brownback as the new Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom. As Ambassador, Brownback will head the State Department's Office of International Religious Freedom , dedicated to monitoring religious freedom abuses throughout the world.


  20. Sudan's Foreign Minister Starts an Official Visit to Bulgaria to Develop Bilateral RelationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Sofia News Agency

    Sudan 's Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour Wednesday starts an official visit to Bulgaria for talks to develop bilateral relations , according to Sudan Tribune. Bulgaria reopened its embassy in Khartoum in 2005 after its closure in 1990 citing civil war and political instability.