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Sudan’s Omar al-Bashir jailed these protesters. They’re back on the street with new demands.

KHARTOUM, Sudan — As Sudan’s uprising gathered steam, people such as Amani Hamid and Bakri Gibril were its vanguard. They prodded wary neighbors, telling them that overthrowing Omar Hassan al-Bashir’s 30-year regime was worth one more shot. They were in the front row of marches that drew thousands,

WASHINGTON POST

Protesters cut ties with Sudan’s military council

Protest leaders in Sudan have said they have broken off contact with the ruling military council that replaced ousted leader Omar al-Bashir. They accused the military council of being composed of “remnants” of Mr. Bashir’s regime.

CGTN.COM

Suitcases stuffed with $6.7M in cash reportedly found at home of Sudan's ousted president

The former president of Sudan who was ousted by the country's military after months of protests is now reportedly under investigation for money laundering after large amounts of cash were discovered at his home.

FOX NEWS

Ramaphosa to discuss worsening situations in Libya, Sudan

President Cyril Ramaphosa is in Egypt on Tuesday for an urgent African Union Troika to discuss the worsening political and security situations in Libya and Sudan. Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has called an Emergency Summit in his capacity as the AU Chairperson.

SABC

Sudan: U.S. Calls On Military Council for Transition to Civilian Govt

[Radio Dabanga] Washington -The US Department of State has called on Sudan's Transitional Military Council to show restraint, avoid conflict, and remain committed to the protection of the Sudanese people. It also added its voice to the growing international call for a speedy transition to civilian g

HUMANITARIANNEWS.ORG

Sudan’s army says holding talks with all political forces

KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) — Sudan’s military rulers said Monday evening that they are communicating with all political forces to name a prime minister and form a civilian government “as soon as possible.”

AP

Sudan protest leaders to unveil civilian ruling body

Sudanese protest leaders were preparing Sunday to unveil a civilian council that they want to take power from military rulers, who have resisted calls to step down despite mass demonstrations.

24MATINS.UK

Sudan: Delegation to Visit U.S. to Discuss Removal from Terror List

[VOA] A Sudanese delegation is expected to visit the United States for talks aimed at getting Sudan removed from the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism.[...]. [Published in AidNews - Read the original article]

HUMANITARIANNEWS.ORG

Egypt to host African summits on Sudan, Libya

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi will lead two emergency summits with other African leaders on Tuesday to address events in Sudan and Libya. According to a statement from the presidency,the leaders will focus on “the evolution of the situation in Sudan” where protests continue after the milit

CGTN.COM

Sudan protest leaders halt talks with military

Khartoum (AFP) – Sudanese protest leaders Sunday suspended talks with military rulers, after the army failed to meet their demand for an immediate transfer to civilian rule. The protest leaders had planned to name members of a civilian body to take over from the ruling military council which took po

BREITBART

Tensions rise in Sudan as talks reach impasse

Tensions escalated in Sudan yesterday after talks broke down between protesters and the country's military rulers, who called for the reopening of roads blocked by sit-ins established during the uprising that drove President Omar al-Bashir from power.

INDEPENDENT

AU steps up pressure for a transition to civilian rule in Sudan

The African Union has urged all parties in Sudan to agree in earnest on a civilian-led and consensual transition that would pave the way for the holding of free, fair and transparent elections.

CGTN.COM

UAE and Saudi Arabia go big on investment in post-Bashir Sudan

Laying their strategy on the table to play a major role in Sudan after long-time regime leader Omar Bashir was overthrown, Saudi Arabia and the UAE are announcing major investments in the country. The latest plan is for $3 billion in aid to be set to Sudan, including a $500 million investment to the

JERUSALEM POST

Sudan arrests several top members of former ruling party

KHARTOUM, (Reuters) – Sudanese authorities have arrested several top members of the former ruling party of ousted President Omar al-Bashir, in a move that could bolster military rulers who are under mounting pressure by protesters to hand power to civilians.

STABROEK NEWS

Power handover talks between military and civilians breaks down in Sudan

Tensions are rising in Sudan after talks broke down between protesters and the country’s military rulers who earlier in April ousted President Omar al-Bashir after months of street protests against his rule.

CGTN.COM

Sudan Opposition Suspends Talks with Military Council

Sudanese demonstrators chant slogans during the sit-in protest, outside the Defense Ministry in Khartoum, Sudan April 18, 2019. (Reuters) The Sudanese opposition suspended on Sunday talks with the Transitional Military Council because it failed to meet their demands for an immediate transfer to a ci

AAWSAT.COM

South Sudan opposition seeks 6-month extension on peace deal

JUBA, South Sudan – South Sudan's opposition is calling for a six-month extension to implement next steps in a fragile peace deal as a major deadline approaches next month to form a power-sharing government between the president and his longtime rival.

FOX NEWS

Sudan: Protesters to Name Transitional Govt

[Daily Trust] The leaders of Sudan's protest movement say they will name members of a transitional authority on Sunday to replace the current military junta.[...]. [Published in AidNews - Read the original article]

HUMANITARIANNEWS.ORG

Sudan army rulers order protesters to remove blockades

Khartoum (AFP) – Sudan’s army rulers on Monday demanded protesters remove blockades on roads leading to the military headquarters where thousands of demonstrators have camped for days calling on them to step down.

BREITBART

Sudan’s army ruler vows to hand ‘power to the people’

Sudan’s military leader vowed Sunday he was committed to handing power to the people, as a sea of protesters outside army headquarters awaited the unveiling of a rival civilian council.

24MATINS.UK