Some protesters carried national flags and chanted "peace, justice, freedom", which has become a key slogan at the rallies, and "with our soul, with our blood, we sacrifice ourselves for you Sudan".
Women protesters, many wearing masks to protect themselves from tear gas, whistled and clapped as they marched in the streets of Bahari, the hub of Sunday's demonstration.
"We look with great regret at the use of live ammunition against unarmed civilians...", it said. It did not say who fired the gunshots.
The European Union said Friday that the "use of force by security forces against civilians - including the use of live ammunition - has led to further casualties over the last few days".
In a separate incident, witnesses said hundreds of demonstrators emerged from a mosque, known to be affiliated to Bashir's government, in the Jabra district of southern Khartoum chanting: "The people want the fall of the regime".
On Sunday, protest organizers called for demonstrations in the capital Khartoum and other towns including Madani, Kosti and Dongola as part of what they have called a "Week of Uprising".
Demonstrations were held in Gadarif, Faw and Amri, as well in the western region of Darfur, activists said, with eyewitnesses adding that police had broken up a 1,000-person strong demonstration in the northern Darfur town of el-Fasher.
Darfur, a region the size of France, has been torn by violence since 2003 when ethnic minority rebels took up arms against Khartoum, accusing it of economic and political marginalization.
The demonstration was the first of its kind in Darfur since the unrest began.
The crackdown has drawn global criticism with Britain, Canada, Norway and the United States warning Khartoum that its actions would "have an impact" on its relations with their governments. He has insisted that the protests are part of a foreign plot to undermine Sudan's "Islamic experiment" and blamed the country's worsening economic crisis on worldwide sanctions.
The United States lifted 20-year-old trade sanctions on Sudan in October 2017, but many investors continue to shun a country still listed by Washington as a state sponsor of terrorism. It restricted Sudan from conducting worldwide business and financial transactions.
I think all of us ought to be united, regardless of party, in saying, white supremacism, white nationalism, is hatred. In November's election, King narrowly defeated his Democratic challenger, Democrat J.D.
President Trump has denied keeping details of his meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin from his own administration. "That comes back to the question, again, of why the president wanted to do this?" she asked.
But Republican congressman Mark Meadows, who is close to the president, said that option was not under serious consideration. Some have resorted to selling their possessions or posting appeals on online fundraising sites to help pay their bills.
Maduro has meanwhile threatened "diplomatic measures" against his regional detractors if they refuse to recognise his re-election. He accuses foreign governments including Latin American nations of seeking to overthrow him.
If I am not feeling good, I will not be here", Nadal told reporters two days before the start of the first Grand Slam of the year. Andy Murray will play what could be the final match of his career when the Australian Open begins in Melbourne on Monday.
When the Chargers face off against the Patriots on Sunday, it will be a history-making event, according to ABC 13 . She reached this milestone having become the NFL's first full-time female official when she was appointed in 2015.
He rode up on a bicycle as she was investigating an accident scene and for no apparent reason, shot her repeatedly with a handgun. After firing more shots, the gunman fled, eventually barricading himself in his nearby apartment and fatally shooting himself.
An estimated 2,000 civilians remain trapped in the area around the town of Hajin, the United Nations said. Senior US officials were shocked too, among them Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who quit in protest.
I've spoken to him about it, he has got a bit of loyalty to Ireland. "I have been in these situations a lot of times". He can play right-back too! "He was part of the team and I think that the complete team played very well".
Netanyahu Admits to Conducting Airstrikes in Syria
Israel and the United Nations say the tunnels violate a ceasefire resolution made after a 2006 war between Israel and Hezbollah. Israel acknowledged on Sunday that it carried out a weekend air strike on what it called an Iranian arms cache in Syria .
Kuchar two ahead in Hawaii
Kuchar's final-round 66 put him at 22-under 258 for the tournament, with Putnam finishing at 18 under with a 2-under 68 on Sunday. Davis Love III, who first played the Sony Open in 1986, missed by one shot matching the lowest 72-hole score of his career.
Girl has no link to kidnapper: Grandfather
Less than 15 minutes later, Jake Patterson, 21, was in custody after police pulled over his vehicle, based on Closs' description. Jayme's grandfather Robert Naiberg reiterated Saturday that the family had no connection with Patterson and didn't know him.
Spain arrests 83 people in match-fixing probe
The criminal group is reported to have bribed registered professional tennis players, seeking to guarantee predetermined results. At least 97 ITF Futures and Challenger matches were fixed, it said.