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Demonstrations in Sudan-- KHARTOUM SUDAN- JUNE 03: Sudanese protesters burn tyres and set up barricades on roads to army headquarters after the intervention of Sudanese army during a demonstrati

Sudanese protesters burn tyres and set up barricades on roads to army headquarters after a deadly crackdown on Monday

Yesterday's communiqué by the AU Peace and Security Council was issued shortly after the continental body suspended Sudan from all AU activities over the deadly unrest in the country.

Protest leaders have rejected an offer of talks from the Transitional Military Council (TMC), saying it can not be trusted after the bloodshed.

The protesters said that instead, they would continue their demonstrations and strikes seeking to pressure the military into handing over power to a civilian authority.

The RSF, led by the military council's deputy leader, General Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, emerged from militias that fought insurgents in western Darfur region since 2003.

"Forty bodies of our noble martyrs were recovered from the river Nile yesterday", the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors said in a Facebook post. The committee said it was not known where the bodies were taken.

One activist, Amal al-Zein, said the number could be even higher. Both sides ended previous agreements and ongoing negotiations, to the disappointment of much of the global community, including the United Nations, Troika and others.

Heavily deployed in the streets of the capital, some residents seemed wary of the paramilitaries as they moved around the streets.

Including these fatalities, the death toll has climbed to 100 since the violent dispersal of a sit-in outside the military's headquarters in Khartoum on Monday.

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Sudan has been rocked by unrest since December, when anger over rising bread prices and cash shortages broke into sustained protests that culminated in the armed forces removing Bashir after three decades in office.

"In Buri, there were lots of shootings and tear gas", al-Sudani said. Security forces have been seen in online videos, patrolling Khartoum districts. It had earlier threatened to cancel all agreements with the Opposition.

Dr Abiy also appeared to take advantage of the suspension of Sudan by the African Union, until the military rulers give power to civilians.

Some protesters have accused these mysterious elements of trying to pull the peaceful protest movement, which has relied on a campaign of civil disobedience, into violence that would justify a further crackdown from security forces. The protesters had demanded a transfer of power to a transitional civilian government, followed by free and fair elections.

After Monday's crackdown, protest leaders suspended negotiations. But the offer could cause divisions within the protest movement, where some factions may be open to returning to the table.

Sudanese security forces have arrested two prominent rebels and an opposition leader, their aides said Saturday, just days after a bloody crackdown crushed hopes for a swift democratic transition.

It said it was the victim of a media smear campaign and has promised an inquiry.

Another resident said he was pulled from his vehicle by members of the RSF and beaten on his head and back.

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Mohammed Yousef al-Mustafa, a spokesman for the Sudanese Professionals Association which is leading the protests, told The Associated Press that the protesters "totally reject" the call from Gen. Abdel-Fattah Burhan on Wednesday for the resumption of talks.

The United Arab Emirates urged resumed talks to "realise the aspirations of the brotherly people of Sudan", echoing a call by its ally Saudi Arabia a day earlier. "Burhan and those under him have killed the Sudanese and are still doing it".

Footage of the crackdown showed people fleeing through the streets amidst gunfire and ammunition while medics say that scores of people have been injured.

He says that Russian diplomats are in touch with all political players in Sudan, including the opposition.

Thousands of demonstrators had remained defiant after long-time president Omar al-Bashir was ousted by the military. However, the Sudanese junta said they want to control the Sovereign Council in order to oversee the transition.

Led by men in army fatigues, the raid on the weeks-long sit-in outside the army complex left at least 113 people dead, according to doctors close to the demonstrators. Some protesters view them with suspicion, considering them an old guard not ready to bring dramatic change.

Dozens of people have been killed since Monday.

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