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Egyptian President received Sudan’s army chief of staff in Cairo
Protesters, ruling military inked a political declaration to end months of unrest
Protesters headed to security, intelligence headquarters against RSF
The protesters lit candles and demanded justice for those killed during the revolution and security forces crackdown against demonstrators.
Meeting to be headed by both countries’ chiefs-of-staff
Egyptian officials met SPA members, asserted need to execute the Sudanese people’s demands to rapidly reach a civil authority
According to his statements during an interview with the Saudi newspaper of Al-Sharq Al-Awsat, Al-Burhan asserted that the council is determined to achieve real partnership and co-operation with the Declaration of Freedom and Change Forces (DFCF) that is representing the Sudanese revolutionists.
‘Agreement between opposition, military is an important step forward,’ says US
Both sides agree to form sovereign council, civilian government
Alliance says number of its leaders arrested
“We demand peace, freedom, civilian government,” protest leaders say
Shaker said that the trial operation will start as soon as possible to exchange of 50-60MW, stressing that Egypt is ready to provide technical support to Sudan in particular and to African countries in general in the field of power projects.
The generals and the opposition coalition have been wrangling for weeks over what form Sudan’s transitional government should take after the military deposed long-time president Omar Al-Bashir on April 11
A draft of the Ethiopian proposal, seen by Reuters, suggested that the sovereign council would be made up of seven civilians and seven members of the military with one additional seat reserved for an impartial individual
Controversial remarks came after TMC’s earlier admission of violent crackdown
Sudanese people dreamt of freedom, change, and an end to the autocrat, Omar Al-Bashir’s era, which was known for brutality and oppression. With those hopes, they took to the streets in large numbers since December of last year, but violence continued, and the road ahead appeared to be challenging and uncertain. Violence escalated when …
Omar Al-Bashir to appear in court soon on charges of corruption
Ethiopian mediator said talks resumed between opposition, military council
‘He will call for a cessation of attacks against civilians,’ says US State Department
EgyptAir resumed its flights to Khartoum after few days of suspension
Protest leaders called on people to stay home and not go to work
Ethiopia attempts to mediate Sudan crisis after bloodshed
One person killed; 10 others wounded according to media reports
In Al-Shorouk private newspaper, editor-in-chief Emad El-Din Hussein tackled in his Monday’s opinion piece Burhan’s visit to Cairo
Protesters demand a swift transition to civilian rule, fearful that military rulers will replace one dictatorship with another.
UAE will back Sudan, urging all parties to commit to dialogue, says Abu Dhabi Crown Prince
Both agree on supporting free will of Sundanese people, says presidency
Last week, the Sudan’s ruling Transitional Military Council and the opposition Declaration of Freedom and Change have agreed on the arrangements for the structure of the transitional authority within a three-year transitional period.
Six people were killed including army officer
Final agreement will be reached within 24 hours