Sudan Peace Pact Holds Despite Deaths

Following violent clashes on Monday, Sudan's army rulers and protest leaders have agreed to a three-year transition period to allow for transferring power to a full civilian administration.

Protesters hold hands to create a cordon to create space for ambulances and other vehicles transporting wounded to hospital.

Medical staff treat a wounded protester in Khartoum on the night of May 13 2019.

Medical staff at a clinic attend to a man suffering convulsions from tear gas inhalation in the sit-in in Khartoum on the night of May 13, 2019.

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