CAIRO (Reuters) - Outside mediation is needed to defuse Sudan’s crisis because the ruling military council and opposition distrust each other too deeply for direct talks following a deadly raid on a protest camp, the top U.S. diplomat for Africa said on Friday. U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Africa Tibor Nagy also said he had met victims of
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for June 14 Fox News Flash top headlines for June 14 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com Sudan’s longtime genocidal dictator may be gone, but violence and repression continue to wreak havoc across the country as the ruling military council admitted "violations" after more than 100 protesters were
next Image 1 of 2 Sudan's ruling Military Council spokesperson Shamseddine Kabbashi makes a speech as he holds a press conference at the Presidential Palace in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, June 13, 2019. (AP Photo) prev Image 2 of 2 KHARTOUM, Sudan – Sudan's ruling military has acknowledged that security forces committed violations when they moved in
Sudan's ruling military council on Thursday for the first time admitted it ordered the dispersal of Khartoum sit-in, which left scores dead, as US and African diplomats stepped up efforts for a solution to the country's political crisis. Protesters had staged the weeks-long sit-in outside army headquarters in Khartoum forcing long-time leader Omar
"Two overthrow attempts have been thwarted. Two groups of military personnel have been arrested," the TMC spokesman, Shams al-Din Kabashi, told a press conference, which was broadcast live on Sudanese TV on Thursday. © AFP 2019 / - Sudan's Opposition Calls for Police to Be Deployed to Cities Instead of Military - Reports On Wednesday,
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan’s military rulers said on Thursday they had thwarted several coup attempts and that some officers had been arrested over the deadly dispersal of protesters at a sit-in in Khartoum earlier this month. Two different groups of people suspected of involvement in the attempted coups had been arrested, the Transitional Military
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan’s military rulers said on Thursday they had thwarted several coup attempts against them. Two different groups of people who had attempted coups had been arrested, the Transitional Military Council’s spokesman said. One group consisted of five people while the other had more than 12 members, he said.
Sudan military rulers say they rejected proposal from Ethiopian PM to hold negotiations in Addis Ababa
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan’s military rulers said on Thursday that Ethiopia’s prime minister had suggested that negotiations between the rulers and the Sudanese opposition on a transition to democracy move to Addis Ababa. The Transitional Military Council rejected that proposal, the council’s spokesman said.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan’s military rulers said on Thursday that some officers had been arrested for their involvement in the deadly dispersal of a protest sit-in in Khartoum. An investigation into the storming of the sit-in had concluded and the results would be announced on Saturday, the military council said.
S udan's public prosecutor has charged ousted president Omar al-Bashir with corruption, the official SUNA news agency said on Thursday. The announcement came more than two month after the military ousted Mr Bashir on April 11 following months of nationwide protests against his 30-year ironfisted rule. "The public prosecutor announces the completion