Middle East

At least one protester has been killed and 11 others wounded at the sit-in outside Sudan’s army headquarters.

This comes two days after the military rulers termed the protest in Khartoum a threat to National stability.

Shots were fired near the demonstration in Khartoum protesting Military rule in the country.

U-N Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called on all sides to exercise restraint and resume negotiations.

Guterres said, the U-N is committed to supporting the Sudanese stakeholders in their efforts to build lasting peace.

The military council and protest leaders have not been able to agree on the composition of a ruling council.

A political crisis has gripped Sudan since former President Omar al-Bashir was overthrown on April 11th

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