Police in Sudan have fired tear gas at football fans demanding an end to President Omar al-Bashir’s rule as protests spread across the country.
Hundreds of demonstrators blocked a road near a football stadium in the capital, Khartoum, on Sunday before clashing with riot police.
Opposition figures say 22 protesters have been killed since Wednesday, but officials say the figure is much lower.
The protests erupted after bread and fuel price rises were announced.
But they have escalated into calls for an end to Mr Bashir’s 29-year rule.
Over the past year, the cost of some goods has more than doubled, while overall inflation has risen to nearly 70%, the value of the Sudanese pound has fallen sharply and shortages have been reported in cities including Khartoum.
Doctors embarked on a strike on Monday to increase pressure on Mr Bashir, who took power in a coup in 1989, the Associated Press news agency reports.
Sunday’s clashes happened as crowds of people spilled out of a football match in Khartoum.
They blocked roads and chanted anti-government slogans before riot police fired tear gas in an attempt to disperse them.
Earlier, footage on social media appeared to show continuing protests in a number of areas.
The Central Sudanese Committee of Doctors said its members had seen protesters in hospitals with gunshot wounds and said there had been a number of deaths and injuries.