Hello, I'm Marion Marshall with the BBC News.Military and civilian leaders in Sudan have signed a power-sharing deal aimed at ending months of pro-democracy protests which saw the overthrow of president Omar al Bashir.The ceremony took place in the capital Khartoum, attended by regional leaders.The cosignatory smiled broadly and held the document aloft. The celebratory mood continued with singing and music.Our correspondent Selena Bill is in Khartoum. By every means, this is a big day. It's a historic day for Sudan.A lot of the Sudanese are pinning a lot of hope on the civilian governmentthat's expected to be formed within a few days after the signing of the constitutional declaration.Some of them tell me this is the moment they have been dreaming of for decades.They have been dreaming of a smooth transition to civilian rule eventually.A massive fire has swept through one of the biggest slums in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka. It's left thousands of people homeless.Most of the residents are low-paid workers. Alitra Naismith reports.It took twenty five units over six hours to douse the flames. Amazingly, nobody appears to have been killed.Many residents were still away after the Eid holiday.The government says it will provide relief for the many thousands without shelter and an investigation has been ordered into the cause of the fire.But correspondents say land is valuable in Dhaka and fires sometimes started as a way of clearing slums and their inhabitants.