The boat was carrying nearly 200 people when it capsized in Lake Kivu in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo last week. Over 100 remain missing.
Sudan's transitional military council has ordered the central bank to review financial transfers since April 1 and to seize "suspect" funds, according to state news agency SUNA.
Butembo city deputy mayor, Patrick Kambale, identifies assailants as "Mai-Mai rebels."
Analysts argue that Sudan’s future depends upon how its ruling military council will plan the country’s transition to a civilian government. Otherwise, Sudan could be another Libya or Egypt.
The Malian prime minister resigned along with his entire government, after criticism over failure to clamp down on deadly violence.
Huge crowds of protesters massed again outside Sudan's army headquarters one week after the military ousted veteran leader Omar al Bashir.
Democratic Republic of the Congo President Felix Tshisekedi declared mourning as 13 people are dead and 142 still missing from a passenger boat that sank on Lake Kivu.
Following the dramatic end of president Omar al Bashir's rule after three decades, he was moved to Kober prison in Khartoum, a source said.
The group leading protests against deposed president Omar al Bashir is calling for the transitional military council, which has taken power, to be disbanded and replaced by an interim civilian ruling council.
The inflation-hit Sudanese population is unwilling to compromise for less and instead planning to overhaul the state's ruling apparatus.
The head of Algeria's Constitutional Council stepped down after weeks of facing the ire of protesters, state TV reported.
The anti-government sit-in outside the military compound has continued since April 6. The new military rulers are facing increasing pressure to hand power to a civilian government after a coup against Omar al Bashir.
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