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.
South Sudan’s oil minister said on Monday that the country’s oil flow is running smoothly despite an ongoing port strike in Sudan.
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.
South Sudan Minister of Petroleum has said the flow of oil into Sudan will continue despite the political upheaval currently taking place there.
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.
Police in Sudan have ordered officers not to intervene in protests as thousands of demonstrators march outside the army’s headquarters in the capital Khartoum.
Sudan’s parliament has approved a nation-wide state of emergency of six months in place of the one-year period ordered by President Omar al-Bashir last month.