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The trials in Sudan do not relate to charges Omar al-Bashir faces at the International Criminal Court for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity
The ICC has charged Bashir and 3 of his former aides with genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes
(UPDATED) The court sends deposed president Omar al-Bashir to a community reform center
(UPDATED) General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan will be Sudan's head of state for the first 21 months of the 39-month transition period, until a civilian takes over for the remainder
(UPDATED) Omar al-Bashir faces a raft of charges of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide from the International Criminal Court over his role in the Darfur war, but the latest trial is over graft allegations
The composition of the transitional civilian-majority ruling council is to be announced Sunday, August 18
'For decades this country has been ruled by the military. It didn't work and it will not work,' says one protester
Protesters chant 'freedom, peace, justice,' the catchcry of the protest movement that brought down Omar al-Bashir
The Alliance for Freedom and Change calls night-time demonstrations in residential areas of Khartoum and other regions to 'ask for our main demands, which are transitional civilian rule and condemning the massacre of June 3'
Sudan's acting prosecutor general says ousted Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir faces charges of corruption and possessing foreign currency
But the main gold market in central Khartoum remains shut, and many residents still prefer to remain indoors given the heavy deployment of security forces across the capital
The campaign is underway nearly a week after the assault on demonstrators at a sit-in outside army headquarters, which followed talks breaking down between protest leaders and military rulers
Army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan announces in a televised statement the plan has been ditched and an election will take place under 'regional and international supervision'
The military council has denied multiple reports of their forces violently dispersing the sit-in in front of army headquarters
The chief of Sudan's ruling military council, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, announces the talks have been suspended for 72 hours as security in Khartoum has deteriorated
The mediators' apparent proposal comes as talks over forming an overall governing council remain deadlocked
Demonstrators reinforce their barricades outside the army headquarters in Khartoum after the two sides differed in talks Monday, April 29
Both camps agree to form a joint civilian-military council, paving the way for the civilian administration demanded by demonstrators
Former prime minister Sadiq al-Mahdi says Sudan should immediately join the International Criminal Court
African leaders at an emergency summit in Cairo agree on 'the need for more time' for Sudanese authorities and political actors 'to implement peaceful, organized and democratic transition measures'
(3rd UPDATED) Witnesses near the prison in north Khartoum say there is a heavy deployment of soldiers and members of a paramilitary group outside
Thousands remain camped outside the army headquarters in Khartoum after protest leaders issued demands to the military council set up following the ouster of veteran president Omar al-Bashir
The group insists on civilian representatives joining the military council and on the creation of a fully civilian government to run day-to-day affairs
General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan makes the promise to placate demonstrators demanding Sudan's return to civilian rule
General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan now has the tough task of persuading protesters that he is not just another general from the Omar al-Bashir regime
Car horns sound on the streets as jubilant crowds stream out of their homes to cheer the departure of Ibn Ouf, considered a regime insider and close aide of Bashir.
Analysts say that Omar al-Bashir's overthrow in a palace coup has made the transition to democracy in Sudan a more distant prospect
Excitement and jubilation turns to anger and defiance only hours after Defence Minister Awad Ibnouf announces that Bashir had been ousted by the army and a military council was being put in his place for two years
The uprising in Sudan started with protests in December over a hike in bread prices. Here's a timeline of events.
(UPDATED) Organizers of the protests, which first erupted in December, rejects the army's move and vows to keep up their campaign until the whole regime is swept aside
Sources and witnesses say soldiers had raided both the state television and the offices of a group linked to President Omar al-Bashir's ruling party
(UPDATED) 'We won't leave this area until he steps down," a protester says, referring to President Omar al-Bashir
'A six-month state of emergency has been approved by a majority,' the speaker of parliament Ibrahim Ahmed Omer says after lawmakers voted on the decree issued by President Omar al-Bashir
Protesters accuse the government of mismanaging their economy and call on President Omar al-Bashir to step down
The protesters call for the release of women arrested in ongoing demonstrations against President Omar al-Bashir's 3-decade rule
"This regime has to go immediately," opposition leader Sadiq al-Mahdi Mahdi tells hundreds of worshippers at a mosque in Omdurman, after nearly daily anti-government protests.
But Human Rights Watch says at least 40 people have been killed in clashes during the demonstrations
(UPDATED) Protesters urge Sudan President Omar al-Bashir to step down amid rising prices of bread and violent crackdown on opposition
The cabinet is due to be sworn in on Friday, September 14, and is scheduled to hold its first meeting on Sunday, September 16.
A presidential decree announces Salah Abdallah Mohammed Salih as the new head of the country's National Intelligence and Security Service
The landmark decision will serve as a blueprint for future cooperation between countries and the International Criminal Court experts say
Notice of Pretoria s decision to end the withdrawal process was posted on the UN s treaty website this week although it does not necessarily spell the end of its bid to leave the Hague based court
The UN recalls that South Africa was among the first signatories of the treaty and stresses that the ICC is central to global efforts to end impunity and prevent conflict
The ICC set up in 2002 is often accused of bias against Africa
The latest round of talks is the first since a unity government was formed in May in a bid to end the devastating civil war
The referendum however has faced international criticism and an opposition boycott
Kementerian Luar Negeri menyebut Indonesia bukan anggota ICC sehingga tak berkewajiban menahan al Bashir
The International Criminal Court ICC indicted Sudanese President Omar al Bashir over war crimes and crimes against humanity in 2009 and on genocide charges in 2010 all relating to the conflict in Sudan s Darfur region
Government troops and rebels have been battling around the mountainous Jebel Marra area straddling Central South and North Darfur states
The decision comes after a spat with The Hague based court over South Africa s failure to arrest Sudanese leader Omar al Bashir