The generals on Sudan's Transitional Military Council have their own, often diverging, interests, something that could stand in the way of moving toward ...
Sudan's Generals Have Disparate Interests, but So Do Its Civilians – All of Which Makes Achieving Democracy an Uphill Battle (AUDIO INTERVIEW) - The Media Line
Khartoum’s vulnerable tea sellers face deadlier risks in Sudan’s time of turmoil - The Globe and Mail
After the Sudanese uprisings, women’s rights hang in the balance | The Independent
Sen. Cory Booker on Twitter: "Yesterday, the Senate passed a resolution that encourages the transfer of power to a civilian-led authority in #Sudan and calls for accountability for the perpetrators of the June 3 massacre in #Khartoum. Any peace deal must ensure citizen participation and the end of violence."
Hayes Brown on Twitter: "ICYMI from this weekend: People In Sudan Don’t Know You Changed Your Profile Picture To Blue. Her Graffiti Is Spreading The Word.
via @tamerra_nikol reporting from Khartoum"
Michael Slackman on Twitter: "a secret meeting at the Khartoum mansion of a Sudanese tycoon, a gathering aimed at breaking the ice between two sides whose differences were written in blood.
https://t.co/gjPQpiJGzE via @nytimes"
Lindsey Hilsum on Twitter: "Another great story from Khartoum by @ZeinabMSalih: The secret Sudan safe house where injured protesters are treated | Sudan | The Guardian https://t.co/VL0D73GRpP"
Sudan’s military council ‘to be dissolved’ in transition deal reached with protesters — RT Newsline
Sudan deal first step to transition but challenges lie ahead
Sudan's political transition remains at risk despite power-sharing deal - The National
Sudan: Put Justice Up Front | Human Rights Watch
463 Restricted Client - DOSarrest Internet Security
Sudan's military council to be dissolved in transition deal
Sudanese say US pressure was key to reaching transition deal - ABC News
Sudan's military leader welcomes power-sharing deal | Africanews
Russia Joins Gulf States in Coaching Sudan’s Military