22.4.2019 10:28 am
Friction between the two sides is increasing as protesters accuse the army of deliberately delaying the process of transferring Sudan to civilian rule.
Sudanese protesters have suspended talks with the army, after accusing the Transitional Military Council (TMC) of deliberately delaying their much promised transfer to civilian rule.
One of the protesters says the people are waiting for the announcement today.
Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates on Sunday announced three billion dollars (2.7 billion euros) in financial support for Sudan following the overthrow of longtime leader Omar al-Bashir.
Tripoli air traffic was suspended overnight for “security reasons”, the Libyan capital’s only operating airport said Sunday after clashes intensified for control of the city.
At least 10 Malian soldiers died Sunday in an attack by suspected jihadists in the centre of the African country, a security source told AFP.
The price of bread almost doubled for Zimbabweans last week, as the inflation nightmare that marked the rule of long-time authoritarian leader Robert Mugabe returns to haunt his successor Emmerson Mnangagwa.
For five months straight the farm hands in the Malian village of Siby walk out together to the cotton fields, a clean sack in hand, for a long day of the meticulous work of picking the crop.
Inside the conical brick tower looming over Walter Sisulu Square in Kliptown, Soweto, Busi Hlatshwayo thoughtfully studies 10 giant bronze slabs announcing the core principles of South Africa’s Freedom Charter.
A UN peacekeeper was killed and four others wounded on Saturday when a mine exploded as their convoy passed through central Mali, the UN mission in the country said.
The president says any delay to the formation of the government would crush the hopes of our people for peace.
Protest leaders and Sudan’s army rulers will hold more talks over transferring power to a civilian administration after a round of negotiations ended Saturday, as thousands of demonstrators massed outside the army headquarters.
Forces loyal to Libya’s unity government announced Saturday a counter-attack against military strongman Khalifa Haftar’s fighters, as clashes south of the capital Tripoli intensified.
Protest leaders are to hold talks Saturday with Sudan’s military rulers who have so far resisted calls to transfer power to a civilian administration, two leading figures in the protests told AFP.
Egyptians started voting Saturday in a referendum that aims to cement the rule of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the former coup leader who presents himself as a rock of stability in a turbulent region.
South Sudan President Salva Kiir on Saturday urged opposition leader Riek Machar to return home “urgently” to help form a government of national unity.