Eight senior military officers are to be charged in Sudan with crimes against humanity over their alleged part in the killing of protesters on 3 June.
Government prosecutors announced the charges after investigating the massacre, when at least 87 people died in the capital, Khartoum.
Opposition activists say the number of deaths was closer to 130.
The prosecutors’ findings did not satisfy some opposition activists, and there are reports of new protests.
Protesters were killed in June when security forces opened fire on a sit-in to demand the military hand over power.
Under a new power-sharing accord between the opposition and the military, there is supposed to be a fully independent investigation once a new government is in place.
Under Sudan’s military law, crimes against humanity can lead to the death penalty.