One person has been killed and several others injured during protests in Sudan, a government spokesman has confirmed.
At least two people have been killed during clashes between Ethiopian militias and the Sudanese army along the shared border between the two countries.
An inquiry carried out by Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) has found that Sudanese authorities orchestrated an attack against pro-democracy demonstrators on 3 June 2019 that may have killed as many as 241 people.
The European Union (EU) has pledged €100 million to support Sudan’s civilian-led government in its ongoing transition towards a democratic system.
A delegation from the International Criminal Court (ICC) has arrived in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, to discuss the potential handover of former president Omar al-Bashir who is wanted for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
A court in Sudan has sentenced 29 intelligence officers to death over the torture and killing of a teacher who participated in the country’s protest movement that contributed to the ousting of former president Omar al-Bashir.
Sudan’s transitional government and nine rebel groups operating in the Darfur region have signed a peace agreement to bring an end to conflict in the region.
In December 2018, a protest movement in Sudan emerged as a voice against the country’s economic demise, but it would go on to become an anti-government drive that would result in the country’s most significant change for three decades. It
Sudan has launched an investigation into crimes committed in the Darfur region under the rule of former president Omar al-Bashir who was ousted from power earlier this year.
Former Sudan president Omar al-Bashir has been sentenced to two years in a state-run reform centre over corruption charges.