Sudan's pro-democracy movement and the ruling military council signed a document early Wednesday that outlines a power-sharing deal.
Sudan's ruling military council said it foiled an attempted military coup, just days after the military and a pro-democracy coalition agreed on a joint sovereign council to rule the country during a transition period until elections are held.
Sudan's ruling military council and its pro-democracy movement both welcomed a new power-sharing agreement reached Friday.
Sudan's pro-democracy leaders press their campaign of civil disobedience until the ruling military council is ousted and killers of protesters are punished.
Sudanese pro-democracy protesters remained defiant of the country's military rulers, a day after security forces violently cleared away their staging area.
After four months of protests, the Sudanese military on Thursday arrested President Omar al-Bashir during a coup and moved him to a “safe location.”
A driver arrested for allegedly using his car to carry out a terrorist attack in London was identified as a British citizen who immigrated from Sudan.
Destinations include the violence-plagued Democratic Republic of Congo, ISIS-targeted Iraqi Kurdistan, and the no-friend-of-the-United States: North Korea.
As the U.S. focuses on the dramatic events on the Korean Peninsula and in Syria, it’s important to also look at the world’s other turbulent regions.
Myanmar, Libya, Egypt, North Korea, China, Russia, Nigeria and many other nations are singled out in the new human rights Report from Obama administration.