The Sudanese military and representatives of civil groups agree on a deal to share power for a transition period.
Sudan summons its Ethiopian ambassador regarding an attack at the border between the two countries that killed military personnel and civilians, including children. A Sudanese military spokesman blamed militias "supported by Ethiopia", while there was no response from the Ethiopian government.
Representatives of Sudan's military and the civil opposition sign the first of two parts of a power-sharing deal which is supposed to last until free elections in 2022.
Ten people are killed in Sudan during clashes between the Sudanese military and civilian protesters.
Sudanese military and opposition leaders agree to resume talks that broke down after a violent crackdown on protesters earlier in June. The military also agrees to release political prisoners, while the opposition agrees to end its campaign of strikes and civil disobedience.
Shots fired by "regular forces" near the site of a sit-in protest in Khartoum kill one person and wound 10 others, according to the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors. The gunfire lasted about four hours. This week at least three protesters have been shot dead and eight others injured during protests calling for the generals who replaced deposed President Omar al-Bashir to hand power to a civilian-led administration.
Five people are killed and five wounded in an aerial bombing attack on the town of Rubkona, South Sudan; a Sudanese military spokesman denies any attack occurred.