Civilian groups reject political deal between army chief and prime minister, calling for continuing protests against military rule.
Demonstrators marched in the capital Khartoum and other cities against October's coup and the deal that reinstated PM Hamdok, calling for "no negotiations, no compromise, no power-sharing" with the military.
Sudan's General Burhan also said probes into the deaths of protesters have begun “to identify who has done this and to punish the criminals”.
Antonio Guterres told reporters the AU continues to encourage both the prime minister and the military “to find a compromise on the political side with civil society and political parties so they can conclude this transition”.
Demonstrators gathered in central Khartoum chanted slogans against an agreement between the military chief Abdel Fattah al Burhan and the reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok.
The decision came after the recently reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok sacked the director-general of the police and his deputy for targeting protesters with live ammunition.
Groups of the Ethiopian army and militias attacked Sudanese forces in Al Fashaga, which resulted in death of six soldiers, according to Sudan's army.
The recently reinstated prime minister sacked the director-general of the police and his deputy after medics accused security forces of targeting protesters with live ammunition.
Three politicians are protesting their detention and deprivation of their “basic human rights” since the October 25 coup, according to a coalition statement.
43 people were killed and 16 villages burned down after a "dispute over camel looting" sparked violent clashes.
Detained Prime Minister Hamdok was reinstated after agreeing to partner with the military to "stop the bloodshed" but protest organisers have cried "treason".
Sudan’s ousted prime minister was back to work after reaching a deal with coup leaders. But he will have a hard time easing the wrath of opposition forces, experts say.
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