Sudan’s ruling military council and the country’s main opposition coalition have reached an agreement to form a transitional government after months of protests.
Sudan’s ruling military council and opposition leaders have agreed terms on a power-sharing deal, according to mediators.
South Sudan’s government has offered to mediate negotiation between Sudan’s ruling military council and opposition protesters.
At least four people have been killed in Sudan after opposition groups started a civil disobedience campaign, demanding a transition of power.
Thousands of protesters are marching through the streets of Khartoum calling for the end of military rule following the end of Omar al-Bashir’s regime.
After ruling Sudan for three decades and establishing himself as a seemingly unmovable ruler, Omar al-Bashir has been ousted as the country’s leader.
The Sudanese army has issued a statement insisting it will not allow the state to fall as weeks of anti-government protests continue.
Protestors in Sudan are calling for a nationwide “week of uprising” against President Omar al-Bashir’s government after at least three more people were killed in fresh protest violence.
Sudan President Omar al-Bashir has told supporters he will remain in power, regardless of ongoing protests calling for him to step down.
Authorities in Sudan have arrested at least 816 people during anti-government protests during the past two weeks, Interior Minister Ahmed Bilal Osman has said.