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it could mean an end to the standoff that is C. sedan the northeast African countries military and civilian leaders have struck a deal to share power for a span of three years thousands of people came out into the streets to celebrate the knees , the two sides held talks in the capital Khartoum fit two days they agree to retake power between them set up an independent technocratic government and launch an independent probe into the deadly violence of recent weeks talks restarted after a month long poles and a bloody crackdown by the military the military ousted president Omar al Bashir in April and the country has been in turmoil since the move came after thousands protested his rule the leader seized power in a coup in the late eighties