Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-Al-Rahman faces 31 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity for his role in a conflict almost 20 years ago.
Security officers fired barrages of tear gas canisters on protesters demanding a restoration of the transition to civilian rule, witnesses say.
At least seven people were killed after security forces used gunfire and tear gas to disperse demonstrations against last year's military coup.
The United Nations has said it will hold talks in Sudan aimed at salvaging a fragile democratic transition amid a grinding stalemate following an October coup.
Hamdok’s deal with the coup leaders did not stop protests, leading to his resignation, giving way to greater uncertainty.
Khartoum residents continued to protest Sudan’s military rule in the streets after security forces cracked down the rally that left several people dead.
The collapse happened in a closed mine in West Kordofan, where miners wanted to continue to extract gold. A lot of mines around the region are under military control.
Several demonstrators were injured after police fired tear gas canisters at activists near the presidential palace in Khartoum.
The violence poses a significant challenge to Sudan's transitional government, which is seeking to end decades-long rebellions in Darfur and elsewhere in the African country.
The violence was reported in the capital Khartoum and other cities as thousands of pro-democracy protesters yet again took to the streets across Sudan to rally against the military’s takeover last month.
While a coup ousted Sudan’s civilian government, anti-military protests continue. Here is an extensive interview with Khalid Mustafa Medani, a prominent Sudanese academic, on how things are evolving there.
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