The country's military and civilian opposition leaders signed a power-sharing agreement on Saturday, putting an end to months of uncertainty after the previous president was deposed in a coup.
Transitional Military Council suspends talks with protesters for 72 hours urging them to dismantle roadblocks in capital Khartoum, after they broke a deal on de-escalation.
Sudan's army rulers and protesters agree the country's transition period would last for three years, a military official says, adding a final deal on the transition would be reached within 24 hours.
Talks on the protesters' key demand for a civilian-led body to oversee a four-year transition have been deadlocked for days, with the military insisting on holding a majority in any new ruling body.
Demonstrators converged outside army headquarters in Khartoum for a "million-strong" march to press for a civilian administration after talks with military rulers ran into trouble.
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