Fighting is continuing in parts of Sudan despite a 72-hour ceasefire largely holding.
Fighting is reported to have broken out near TV and radio buildings from Omdurman, the city adjoining the capital Khartoum.
There is no fuel and a lack of doctors, and people are finding it difficult to find clean water, food, and access to money.
Sudan’s army chief Gen Abdel Fattah al-Burhan has reportedly approved extending the ceasefire – due to expire on Friday – for 72 hours.
The current ceasefire began at midnight local time on Monday bringing a pause to a conflict which erupted on April 15 amid a power struggle between the leaders of the army and the RSF.