There are question marks around the 72-hour ceasefire between those fighting in Sudan as reports have now shown a continuation in fighting in some parts.
Residents of the adjoining city to the capital Khartoum, Omdurman, said there was fighting near TV and radio buildings.
The ceasefire, which began at midnight on Monday, is due to expire at the start of Friday.
Earlier, a former Sudanese politician wanted for alleged crimes against humanity, Ahmed Haroun said that he and other former officials are no longer in jail.
Haroun was among those being held in Kober prison in the capital Khartoum who are facing charges by the International Criminal Court (ICC).