Ethiopia's PM Ahmed in Sudan for Talks With Military, Opposition
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's mediation comes amid the suspension of Sudan from all African Union activities until the military rulers hand over to civilian-led authority.
Roadblocks set up by protesters are seen in the Burri neighborhood to protest the June 2 massacre of at least 60 civilians, in Khartoum, Sudan.
Nation, 7 June 2019
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed will visit Khartoum on Friday to hold talks with both the military rulers and the opposition group over the country's political crisis, a source… Read more »
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