[Deutsche Welle] Protesters have called for justice for those killed in a brutal raid on a Khartoum camp. The military and civilian opposition still can’t finalize power-sharing months after the overthrow of President Omar al-Bashir.
THEY MARCHED, like a train rolling into a station, across a bridge over the Nile and into Khartoum.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -Sudan’s protest leaders have resumed face-to-face talks with the ruling generals, Al Jazeera reports.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -President Uhuru Kenyatta has appointed Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka as his Special Envoy to South Sudan.
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The Transitional Military Council (TMC) has accused the opposition Alliance for Freedom and Change (AFC) of provoking the regular forces and deviating the demonstrations of the March of Millions from its track, which led to deaths and injuries.
SAMAHIR MUBARAK, a 29-year-old pharmacist, points to a television in the corner of her living room. On the flickering screen a presenter warns viewers not to pick up the weapons that litter the streets of Sudan’s capital, Khartoum
[Deutsche Welle] Demonstrators in Sudan have been demanding a transition to a civilian government. An eyewitness reports on sexual atrocities committed during the dispersal of a sit-in outside the army’s headquarters in Khartoum.
[Nation] Reports of torture and killings by South Sudan’s security forces could threaten a new peace agreement whose transitional government was to be formed on May 12 but has been delayed for six months.
[The Conversation Africa] With the recent overthrow of former Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir, Khartoum’s ability to continue to guarantee the peace process in neighbouring South Sudan may be in question.
[VOA] Reports citing relatives of former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir say the ousted leader has been moved from house arrest to prison. But protesters who are demanding civilian leadership, instead of the transitional military council, are skeptical.