Fresh anti-government protests have erupted in Sudan as doctors said they would go on strike to increase pressure on President Omar al-Bashir.
An independent group of medics said that from Monday they would focus on treating wounded protesters.
On Saturday Sudan’s main opposition leader said security forces had killed 22 demonstrators. Officials say the toll is lower.
Protests began on Wednesday after bread and fuel price rises were announced.
Footage on social media appeared to show continuing protests in a number of areas.
Over the past year, the cost of some goods has more than doubled and inflation has risen to nearly 70%.
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