Nearly 8,000 people have been detained in Kazakhstan after days of historic unrest left more than 160 people dead.
Hamdok’s deal with the coup leaders did not stop protests, leading to his resignation, giving way to greater uncertainty.
Security forces shot dead four protesters in anti-coup demonstrations in Omdurman as tens of thousands of people rallied across the country to protest the October military coup.
The announcement from the humanitarian body came as Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo claimed to capture 34 rebels in a joint military operation in eastern DRC.
At least five demonstrators were killed in Yangon where anti-coup protests still continue after the military toppled the civilian government on February 1.
Military troops arrested four doctors, four nurses and ten nursing aides for offering treatment to people affiliated with outlawed anti-junta groups in eastern Kayah state.
Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok will lead an independent technocratic cabinet and politicians arrested since the October 25 coup will be released as part of the deal.
Police officials deny using any live ammunition and insist they have used "minimum force" to disperse the protests.
The remarks from Chief of Police Lt. General Khalid Mahdi Ibrahim came a day after at least 15 people were killed by live fire during demonstrations against the October 25 coup.
The new council will involve representatives of rebel groups, senior military officials and civilian figures.
The Sudanese military has detained hundreds of government officials, protesters, and activists that support the restoration of civilian rule in the country.
The anti-coup movement rejected power-sharing with the army and called for the establishment of a civilian government to lead a transition to democracy.
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