Fierce clashes have been reported across Sudan as fighting between rival armed factions continues to spread.
Violence between the army and a paramilitary group called the Rapid Support Forces continued overnight into its third day.
Nearly 100 people have been killed, a doctors’ union said, and one estimate put the number of injured at 1,100.
Both sides claimed to control key sites in the capital Khartoum, where residents sheltered from explosions.
Earlier yesterday, they held a temporary ceasefire to allow the wounded to be evacuated, although it was not clear how strictly they stuck to it. Doctors warned that the situation at hospitals in Khartoum is extremely difficult, and that the fighting was stopping both staff and medical supplies from reaching injured people. END