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Sixth day of protests against high fuel prices marked by demonstrations in Khartoum calling for Bashir's downfall.
Demonstrations sparked by fuel and gas price rises gain momentum with some protesters calling for fall of government.
Rights group says demonstrators gathered at mosques were "attacked" with tear gas and rubber bullets by police.
Opponents of President Bashir say rare unrest over austerity measures is beginning of an uprising in African nation.
At least 1,000 people reportedly detained and hundreds injured as police respond to mounting anti-government protests.
Rising anger at measures designed to tackle Sudan's economic crisis as demonstrations gather pace in capital.
Raid at Khartoum university leads to arrest of 350 students who previously staged sit-in demanding right to form union.
Southern Sudan's secession on July 9 is the latest chapter in a half-century struggle between the north and south.
First multi-party elections in 24 years suffered from 'deficiencies', observers say.
Million of ballots being counted as results for first election in 24 years are awaited.
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