Hundreds of Sudanese gathered on the Khartoum University's central campus on Thursday to demand the release of students and activists who have been arrested during last week's mass protests in the capital.
Sudan security forces have arrested scores of people, including several journalists and activists in a brutal crackdown on protests that began on 16 June.
Dozens of Sudanese lawyers also gathered on Thursday outside Khartoum's Supreme Court and outside Omdurman’s court in support of the protests against austerity measures that have shaken the Sudanese capital but also key towns over the past week.
Security forces have been accused of using excessive force in breaking up protests, beating demonstrators, using tear gas and rubber bullets.
Although Khartoum has been relatively calm since Saturday, activists have continued to try to use discontent over the economy to build a broader movement to end Bashir's 23-year rule.
Two important protests have been planned for the next few days, a demonstration on 29 June after the Friday prayers and a general strike on 30 June to mark the 23rd anniversary of the military coup that brought Bashir into power.
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