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.
Ousted president Omar al Bashir has been charged with illicit possession of foreign currency and accepting gifts in an unofficial manner. He was also charged in May with incitement and involvement in the killing of protesters.
Acting deputy health minister Suliman Abdel Gabar said around 100 people have also been injured since June 14.
The Sudanese revolution followed failed negotiations between protestors and the Transitional Military Council. Now it is time to establish a civil government, one the Sudanese can look up to for decades.
Sudanese protesters and army generals signed a deal on Wednesday that looks to set-up a civilian administration.
After decades of war and thousands of death, two neighbouring countries signed a peace deal last year to end the war. But the peace deal has not been fully implemented.
Despite its role in ousting military dictator Omar Bashir, the army is now beholden to the whims of unstable militias it once relied on to keep the Darfur region in check.
The museum said it has been working with law enforcement agencies to return the works smuggled out during recent periods of conflict.
After months of bloody deadlock, tens of thousands poured out on to the streets to celebrate a deal between military leaders and pro-democracy activists
Mahamat Nouri has also been charged with participation in a criminal conspiracy to commit a crime against humanity, and placed in provisional detention, says a judicial source.
One of the country’s most controversial military figures, Dagalo is now the interim vice president and holds real power in a country mired in chaos since the ousting of his mentor and Sudan’s long-standing ruler, Omar al Bashir, in April.
Accounts have appeared on Instagram promising to send food to desperate Sudanese children in return for follows and shares, but few have been able to substantiate their pledges.
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