The US has decided to send its special envoy to Sudan to prevent further bloodshed.
Tibor Nagy has been given the task to mediate a settlement between the military and the civilian opposition.
Talks between the two collapsed last week when security forces stormed a two months long sit-in of protesters in Khartoum.
Hospitals in Khartoum record more than 70 cases of rape in aftermath of attack on protest on June 3rd.
The Transitional Military Council has announced it will publish the findings of the inquiry into the sit-in violence.
Meanwhile, the opposition alliance has announced to nominate a civilian head for the transitional council.
The opposition said it will also name eight other prominent members for the future council.