Sudan’s ruling military council has cancelled all previous agreements with opposition groups and called for snap elections after security forces killed at least 35 people on Monday.
Protesters in Sudan say at least 35 people have been killed after security forces stormed their main camp in the capital, Khartoum.
With Omar al-Bashir ousted as Sudan’s long-serving president in April, the great question hanging over the country’s political landscape is who will be in charge of taking the country forward. The protest groups that demanded regime change for so many
A pregnant woman was killed in Sudan’s capital city on Wednesday after security forces started firing upon each other.
At least five Sudanese protesters and one security officer were killed during violent clashes in Khartoum on Monday.
Leaders from Sudan’s protests movement and members of the country’s military council are holding talks to discuss the formation of a transitional government.
Protesters in Sudan are calling upon the country’s military to “immediately and unconditionally” hand power over to transitional government led by civilians.
Reports are emerging that Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir ha stepped down as the country’s leader after months of protests.