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  • Sudanese security forces ride in the back of a pick up truck through a main avenue in Khartoum as the military continued to disperse protesters by force in Sudan's capital on 4 June 2019.  Picture: AFP

    Sudan's military rulers say coup attempt thwarted

    The thwarted coup involved a number of retired officers, as well as officers still in service, Jamal Omar Ibrahim, head of Transitional Military Council’s security committee said.

  • Sudanese security forces ride in the back of a pick up truck through a main avenue in Khartoum as the military continued to disperse protesters by force in Sudan's capital on 4 June 2019.  Picture: AFP

    Sudan general says coup attempt foiled

    The announcement came as the ruling military and civilian protesters agreed last week to end a political impasse after the army in April ousted longtime ruler Omar al-Bashir on the back of a popular uprising.

  • Sudanese people celebrate in the streets of Khartoum after ruling generals and protest leaders announced they have reached an agreement on the disputed issue of a new governing body on 5 July 2019.  Picture: AFP

    Sudan protesters hail landmark deal with generals

    The power-sharing deal, reached in the early hours after two days of hard-won talks brokered by Ethiopian and African Union mediators, came after previous negotiations collapsed in May over who should lead the new body.

  • Emirates airline. Picture: Facebook.

    Emirates to resume Khartoum flights

    The Middle East's largest carrier, Emirates Airline, said Thursday it has decided to resume flights to Sudan from 8 July after a one-month suspension in the face of deadly unrest.

  • Sudanese protesters march in a mass demonstration against the country's ruling generals in the capital Khartoum's twin city of Omdurman on 30 June 2019. Picture: AFP

    Seven killed as mass demos rock Sudan

    The 'million-man' march had been seen as a test for protest organisers after their push for civilian rule was hit by the 3 June raid on a Khartoum protest camp and a subsequent internet blackout that curbed their ability to mobilise support.

  • FILE: Sudanese protestors chant slogans demanding civilian rule on 30 June 2019 during a rally in Khartoum's southern al-Sahafa district. Police fired tear gas at protesters in Khartoum as thousands gathered for a mass demonstration against Sudan's ruling generals, amid international calls for restraint to avoid a new deadly crackdown. Picture: AFP.

    Mass protests for civilian rule rock Sudan

    The 'million-man' march is seen as a test for protest organisers whose push for civilian rule has been hit by the 3 June raid on a Khartoum sit-in and a subsequent internet blackout.