Army Major and five protesters killed in deadly clashes in Sudan after military, protest leaders strike deal

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KHARTOUM, Sudan

Following months of deadly protests in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, chaos continues to riffle the once serene city with the current clashes resulting into the death of an army major and five protesters in the capital.

The deaths happened just hours after the army and the leaders of the opposition had struck a power sharing deal with the transitional government.

Local media reports that the six people who were killed were at a sit in outside the army headquarters in Khartoum where they have camped for weeks following the ousting of the former President Omar Al Bashir form his more than two-decade rule.