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.
Huge crowds of protesters massed again outside Sudan's army headquarters one week after the military ousted veteran leader Omar al Bashir.
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.
Saudi Arabia and the UAE have a long history of counter-revolutions in the Muslim world - are they gearing up for another in Sudan?
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.
Following mass protests across the country calling for a civilian government, Sudan's military council has given in to public demand and made promises for a civilian transition.
Sudanese Professionals' Association (SPA) called for the establishment of a transitional council which would be protected by the armed forces, adding it would exert "all forms of peaceful pressure to achieve the objectives of the revolution".
Thirteen people were shot dead on Thursday and three others, including the soldier, were killed on Friday, after the military forced President Omar al Bashir from power amid months of anti-government protests, according to Sudan Doctors Committee.
The shake-up at the top comes as Sudanese civilians protest against the army rulers who took control after toppling president Omar al Bashir.
Military says a state of emergency has been imposed for the next three months and that the military has also suspended the constitution, closed borders and the country's airspace.
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