The government of Central African Republic and armed groups in control of most of the country signed a deal in Bangui Wednesday aimed at ending a bloody, years-long conflict.
Students, activists and other protesters have held almost daily demonstrations across Sudan since December 19, 2018 calling for an end to economic hardships.
Demonstrators have been on the streets near-daily since December 19, initially to protest against an economic crisis then to call for an end to the 30-year rule of President Omar al-Bashir.
Protests also broke out in six other cities in some of the most widespread disturbances since the unrest began on December 19, 2018.
Security forces fired tear gas at hundreds of people trying to march to President Omar al-Bashir’s Nile-side palace in Khartoum on Monday to protest against soaring prices and demand he step down.