Sudan’s army has quelled a rebellion by former elite troops loyal to ousted leader Omar al-Bashir.
Shooting broke out on Tuesday in the capital Khartoum and the city’s airport was briefly closed amid the clashes.
The violence was sparked by a row over severance pay for officers in a much-feared intelligence agency that is being overhauled.
Two soldiers were killed and four were injured in the worst unrest since Bashir was overthrown last April.
Officials say 40 of the mutineers surrendered and intelligence chief Abu Bakr Mustafa handed in his resignation after he was blamed for failing to collect weapons from the pro-Bashir forces.
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Sudan reopens airspace after military crushes armed revolt — France 24
Sudan government forces quell armed protest by security agents — Al Jazeera
Head of Sudan’s ruling council calls revolt by members of country’s intelligence agency a ‘coup’ — CNN
Sudan reopens airspace after ‘rebellion’ by former security agents quelled — Middle East Eye
Shootings Underscore Fragile Transition in Sudan — VOA