Sudan’s public prosecutor has charged ousted President Omar Al-Bashir with incitement and involvement in the killing of protesters.
The charges stem from an inquiry into the death of a doctor killed during protests that led to the end of Mr Bashir’s rule last month.
Mr Bashir’s fate is unclear. He was reportedly arrested after being ousted.
He is also facing an investigation over allegations of money laundering and terror financing.
A Military Council assumed power of the country on 11 April, but demonstrators are insisting that it hands over to a civilian administration.
An opposition coalition and the ruling Military Council announced on Monday that they had reached a breakthrough agreement on a power structure to see the country through the transition.
The Military Council also confirmed that a deal on a transitional power structure had been reached.
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