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'Officers and soldiers from the army and National Intelligence and Security Service, some of them retired, were trying to carry out a coup,' says General Jamal Omar of Sudan's ruling military council
(UPDATED) The breakthrough comes after two days of talks following the collapse of the previous round of negotiations in May over who should lead the new ruling body – a civilian or soldier
The dialogue comes after African Union and Ethiopian mediators call on the two sides to resume long stalled negotiations on a transition to civilian rule – the main demand of demonstrators
Protesters chant 'freedom, peace, justice,' the catchcry of the protest movement that brought down Omar al-Bashir
Sudan's army ruler General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan says the ruling military council was ready to hold talks with the umbrella protest movement and other political groups without any pre-conditions
The Alliance for Freedom and Change calls night-time demonstrations in residential areas of Khartoum and other regions to 'ask for our main demands, which are transitional civilian rule and condemning the massacre of June 3'
Demonstrators reinforce their barricades outside the army headquarters in Khartoum after the two sides differed in talks Monday, April 29
The rally comes after Sudan's new military rulers and protest leaders agreed to set up a joint committee, to chart the way forward two weeks after the ouster of veteran president Omar al-Bashir
Car horns sound on the streets as jubilant crowds stream out of their homes to cheer the departure of Ibn Ouf, considered a regime insider and close aide of Bashir.
Excitement and jubilation turns to anger and defiance only hours after Defence Minister Awad Ibnouf announces that Bashir had been ousted by the army and a military council was being put in his place for two years
The accord is the eighth attempt in nearly 6 years to forge peace in the war-ravaged country, where human rights groups have documented a long list of murders, extra-judicial killings, torture and rape
'There are still 3 signatures' needed, government spokesman Ange Maxime Kazagui says, without identifying the individuals or their affiliation
The accord is initialled by President Faustin Archange Touadera for the CAR government and representatives of militias which control most of the chronically-troubled country
"This regime has to go immediately," opposition leader Sadiq al-Mahdi Mahdi tells hundreds of worshippers at a mosque in Omdurman, after nearly daily anti-government protests.
The financial sanctions had put restrictions on international banking transactions, exchange of technology and spare parts, and other cumbersome trade regulations have hampered economic growth.
Taban Deng Gai s first visit to Sudan comes just weeks after he replaced former rebel leader Riek Machar as vice president
The joint mission first deployed to war torn Darfur in 2007 4 years after mostly African insurgents rebelled against the Arab dominated government in Khartoum complaining of their marginalization
An Oscar nominated documentary becomes instrumental in helping 17 year old Reynaldo Nilo
Some protesters burned a photograph of Sisi while others waved Egyptian flags and pictures of Morsi
More than 276 000 people entered the EU illegally last year
The Council demands the government of President Salva Kiir to protect civilians and investigate abuse claims
Egypt is on the right path interim foreign minister Nabil Fahmy said Monday in Sudan on his first trip abroad
Sudan accused Israel of carrying out air strikes against a military factory that killed two people in south Khartoum overnight
A Bloomberg correspondent was deported after being detained in Sudan while trying to cover protests