Anti-government protests in Sudan have left 22 people dead, according to the authorities on Thursday.
Protests in parts of Sudan continued for the fifth consecutive day on Sunday, as doctors prepared to strike over the rising cost of bread and fuel.
Eight people have been killed during the anti-government protests in multiple cities across Sudan over rising bread and fuel prices.
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir arrived in Damascus on Sunday, as the first Arab leader who visit Syria after 8 years since the war began.
The delicate negotiations between Sudanese government and the opposition under the auspices of the African Union in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa, have been suspended.
At least five government officials were killed in a helicopter crashed in eastern Sudan.
The National Assembly of Sudan on Wednesday approved a new election law, giving a new interpretation to the terms "political party and political alliance".