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The deal formalizes the creation of a transition administration that will be guided by an 11-member sovereign council, comprised of 6 civilians and 5 military figures
Sudanese protesters and army representatives are set to sign a transition deal, paving the way for a civilian-led government in Sudan. Here's a timeline of events leading up to that deal.
Former senior UN official Abdalla Hamdok, who stepped down last year as deputy executive secretary of the UN's Economic Commission for Africa, is due to be formally selected on August 20
Two protest leaders who are members of the protest movement's negotiating team say the dialogue with generals will not take place as planned
One of the conditions for the talks is to reach a decision 'within 72 hours'
'For decades this country has been ruled by the military. It didn't work and it will not work,' says one protester
The 'million-man' march comes at a time when Ethiopia and the African Union are mediating between the protesters and generals
A previous toll given by the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors counts 40 dead since the bloody dispersal of a weeks-long sit-in outside army headquarters in Khartoum on Monday
The military council has denied multiple reports of their forces violently dispersing the sit-in in front of army headquarters
The chief of Sudan's ruling military council, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, announces the talks have been suspended for 72 hours as security in Khartoum has deteriorated
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
The uprising in Sudan started with protests in December over a hike in bread prices. Here's a timeline of events.
(UPDATED) 'We won't leave this area until he steps down," a protester says, referring to President Omar al-Bashir
(UPDATED) Protesters urge Sudan President Omar al-Bashir to step down amid rising prices of bread and violent crackdown on opposition
Sudanese Journalists' Network declares a 3-day strike against violence unleashed by authorities, joining other groups in protests brought by bread price hikes
A Bloomberg correspondent was deported after being detained in Sudan while trying to cover protests