Vote counting begins in Sudan after the five-day landmark multi-party election.
More than 60 miners die when a recently reopened gold mine collapses in Jebel Amir, North Darfur, Sudan.
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir visits South Sudan for the first time since the country won its independence in 2011 to meet with President Salva Kiir.
Kiir claims that the attacks by Sudan on his country amount to a declaration of war.
Omar al-Bashir's ruling party agrees to accept the results of the recent general election in Sudan.
Sudanese newspapers report the death of 9 members of the National Congress during general elections in the country; the Sudan People's Liberation Army denies the incident.
Sudan's landmark elections are extended by two days after delays delivering ballot papers.
Ahead of Sudan's first multi-party elections in 24 years, some opposition parties criticise lack of access to balanced media coverage and accuse the government of manipulation.
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir threatens to expel international observers for the first general elections in the country in 21 years, after they called for a delay to deal with "logistical" problems.
Sudan's ruling National Congress Party endorses South Sudan President Salva Kiir in upcoming elections.