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Ethiopia's prime minister arrived in Khartoum on Friday to meet the chief of Sudan's ruling military council abi Ahmed who is widely praised his diplomacy skills held separate talks with you don's minute she will is under position , talks on a civilian led transition to democracy fell apart this week after a deadly raid by security forces on a protest camp on Monday the opposition says a hundred and thirteen people were killed the government puts the death toll at sixty one , it's was the worst bloodshed in C. done since the army ousted president Omar al Bashir in April following months of mass protests the United Nations on several governments have condemned the bloodshed we continue oversee to be very gravely concerned about the situation in Saddam %HESITATION and we have proposed to the government that there be a rapid deployment of the UN human rights monitoring team to examine allegations of human rights violated committed %HESITATION since the third of June on Thursday the African Union suspended sit down into the civilian government is formed intensifying global pressure on the military leaders to stand down , we strongly condemn , the military has said Monday's raid was targeting criminals near the protest count and that the violence spread from that they also claims that people have worn by principle forces uniforms to impersonate them in an attempt to harm their reputation