The head of Sudan’s ruling military council visited neighbouring Egypt on Saturday – his first trip abroad since the army overthrew former president Omar al-Bashir last month after mass protests against his rule.
Talks between Sudan’s military council and protesters are set to resume, army rulers said Saturday, as hundreds of supporters of Islamic movements rallied for the inclusion of sharia in the country’s political roadmap.
Sudan’s military rulers on Thursday suspended crucial talks with protesters on installing civilian rule, insisting more time was needed to finalise the deal as Khartoum’s security situation deteriorated.
Sudan’s protest leaders and army rulers to establish a joint civilian-military council.
Three members of Sudan’s ruling military council resigned Wednesday after it said it reached “agreement on most demands” with protest leaders who have called for a million-strong march to demand a civilian government.
Sudanese protest leaders Sunday suspended talks with military rulers, after the army failed to meet their demand for an immediate transfer to civilian rule.
Sudanese authorities have arrested several top members of the former ruling party.
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was forced to step down by the military yesterday after three decades of autocratic power.
Sudan’s main opposition party leader Sadiq al-Mahdi on Saturday called on President Omar al-Bashir to step down and sit with the opposition to agree on details of a transitional process to end the nation’s crisis, a statement from his party said.
Sudanese forces used tear gas to disperse protesters, as opponents of al-Bashir defied a state of emergency he declared.
Sudan’s main opposition groups issued their first joint call for President Omar al-Bashir to step down.
Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir, facing near-daily demonstrations against his government, took a newly conciliatory tone with the protesters
The Sudanese army says it would not allow the state to collapse.
Sudanese police fire tear gas at protesters chanting anti-government slogans.
The death toll from protests in Sudan has risen to 24, the head of the Sudanese government fact-finding committee said.
Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Djibouti, Yemen and Sudan start naval drills.
Egypt and Sudan agree to set up joint military patrols on their border.
The US o remove Sudan from the list of state sponsors of terrorism.
More than 11,000 people in Sudan’s Kassala have been infected by Chikungunya.
South Sudanese rebels will sign comprehensive draft of a peace deal with the Juba.
At least 22 students drowned on Wednesday morning when a boat sank in the Nile River at al-Buhaira area in Sudan.
UN member countries agree to a peacekeeping budget of just under $6.7 billion.
The UN calls on Sudan to pardon a 19-year-old girl sentenced to death after she killed her husband as he tried to rape her.
Sudan, the last male northern white rhino, has died in Kenya at the age of 45.
A federal judge partially blocks Trump’s newest restrictions on refugee admissions.