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cities opposition groups have rejected an apparent olive branch from the ministry council Sudan's military ruler had previously announced he was skipping any negotiations with protest groups and said he would organize elections within nine months I don't I'm a whole another war on Wednesday he offered to resume a dialogue on a transition to democracy and announced an investigation into the deadly raid by security forces on a protest camp in Khartoum on Monday , the death toll from that incident has now risen from thirty five to at least sixty according to a medical group linked to the opposition , it was the worst outbreak of violence since the army ousted president Omar al Bashir in April following months of mass protests , the military has denied it was trying to clear Monday certain protest and said they had only moved in to deal with destructive groups led by and that the violence spread that rates as leader said Wednesday that the minute your counsel could not be trusted , he don has been rocked by unrest since December anger over rising bread prices and cash shortages broke into sustained protests that culminated in the armed forces removing brush it off to three decades in office and this is then opposition groups have been pressing for the army to hand over power to a civilian government , meanwhile may shops were closed a what would usually have been a bustling Muslim eat Alfa tale holiday