the Protests against the worsening of living conditions and rise in the bread - and gasoline prices continue in Sudan, and has now spread all over the country since they began on 19 december.
one of the main leaders of the opposition in the Sudanese Congress Party, Omer al-Digair, by the police, writes the Sudan Tribune.
the Government has deployed riot police with tear gas and confrontations between protesters and police have on several occasions been tough. Placards and slogans against the government and Omer al-Bashir has become increasingly common.
actually have been killed is unclear. The government said a long time that the number was eight, but increased on Thursday the number to 19 while the opposition leader Sadiq al-Mahdi has entered 22, and the human rights organization Amnesty International indicates the number of dead to at least 37, writes the Sudan Tribune.
107 opposition activists were arrested, writes the newspaper referring to the government spokesperson, Bushara Juma.