Sudanese Unrest

Sudan’s protest groups have called for street demonstrations in Khartoum. They are demanding the establishment of a fully civilian government to lead the transition to democratic rule. It comes as detentions of pro-democracy leaders intensify, plunging the country into further turmoil.

Meanwhile, African Union Chairman Moussa Faki Mahamat is spearheading an internationally-backed negotiation effort to find a way out of the crisis.

This comes months after the Military stage what the international community term as a coup though the military said it was for the security of the country that the stage that take over.

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