Thousands of Sudanese protesters stage fresh rallies in the capital Khartoum, while the death toll from the latest crucible of tribal clashes increases to 60 from 33 the previous day.
Hundreds of mourners launch spontaneous anti-government demonstration after the funeral of a protester killed in a rally a day earlier in capital Khartoum.
The demonstrations are the biggest in several years against Bashir's 29-year rule, with protesters enraged over inflation, shortages of basic goods and a cash crisis.
Though the countrywide demonstrations entered its sixth day on Monday, the army pledged to stand by President Omar Bashir.
An umbrella coalition of professional unions says doctors in the African country would strike to "paralyse" government but continue to deal with emergencies.
The Democratic Alliance party has begun legal proceedings against the government's decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court. The ICC has faced criticism that it unfairly targets Africa.
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