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Ibrahim El-Salahi Pain Relief at The Saatchi Gallery, London

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 Art in the Streets of Khartoum

Khartoum Scenes Imogen Thurbon using Waterlogue

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“There I was, cutting through a strange market crowd – not just people shopping for their salad greens, but beggars and butchers and thieves, prancers and Prophet-praisers and soft-sided soldiers, the newly-arrived and the just-retired, the flabby and the flimsy, sellers roaming and street kids groaning, god-damners, bus-waiters and white-robed traders, elegant and fumbling…”

The Story of the Girl Whose Birds Flew Away, Bushra al-Fadil, translated by Max Schmookler, from The Book of Khartoum

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Award-winning short stories by established and new Sudanese writers

Learn more at thetanjara.blogspot -The Book of Khartoum – ten short stories

Read The Story of the Girl Whose Birds Flew Away

See too I know Two Sudans – short stories by talented young Anglo-Sudanese writers – trying to broaden and deepen the narrative on Sudan

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Watch Leila Aboulela talking about I Know Two Sudans

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Listen to the young writers talking about how they came to write in I know Two Sudans

Watch this short video Around Khartoum Walks – Sudanese Street Photographers 

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Click here Young Khartoum Street Photographers

 

Street Scenes, Central Khartoum copyright Imogen Thurbon 

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Street Art Project by students of Khartoum University Art Faculty

 

Off Parliament Street, central Khartoum

 

Prepare the morning coffee and you will swiftly forget the morning bath

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Commemorating the Sudanese Struggle for Independence

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Seen in Central Khartoum, 2016

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