The accord was signed in Khartoum in the presence of African mediators. File photo/ AFP
Sudan's military council and an alliance of opposition groups initialled a political accord on Wednesday as part of a power-sharing deal aimed at leading the African nation to democracy, live television showed.
The accord was signed in Khartoum in the presence of African mediators following a night of marathon talks to iron out some details of the agreement reached earlier this month.
The sides are still working on a constitutional declaration, which is expected to be signed later today.
Much of the revolutionary street-art done by Sudanese anti-government protesters were destroyed. With a few of the photographs that were left and a few other paintings, an exhibition was conducted in London.
Sudanese protester Walid Abdelrahim was shot dead last month in Khartoum but for his mother he is still alive -- thanks to a colourful mural of his smiling face on a wall of their home.
Sudan’s ruling military council foiled a coup attempt, a top general announced on state television on Thursday, saying that 12 officers and four soldiers had been arrested.
The decision comes into effect from Oct.22. Motorists can avail this offer till Jan.31, 2020.
Rampant corruption has also eroded the country's infrastructure and basic services.
His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has directed the Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (SEWA), to implement illumination project of Al Harari Area 1 and 2 in Khor Fakkan.
As part of the ongoing drive to promote global peace and stability across the world, Dubai-based International Institute for Tolerance launched two initiatives – the World Tolerance Network and Tolerance Decathlon. The move, launched in Dubai on Tuesday, is aimed at promoting tolerance and human dialogue as well as to establish the UAE as a global model of tolerance.