Sudan's talks deadlocked as military mulls early elections

Stalemate in talks between Sudan's two sides, with the military council threatening to hold early elections if no deal is reached within six months.

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    Talks between Sudan's military council and opposition groups remain deadlocked, a month after street protests forced the military to oust longtime president Omar al-Bashir.

    He was replaced by a transitional military council, which is resisting protesters' demands to cede power to civilians.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from the capital Khartoum.


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