At least 20 people, including two children, were killed in an army air raid on the capital of Sudan, according to campaigners.
They said that several of the attack victims in the south-west Khartoum neighborhood of Kalakla al-Qubba have been buried in the rubble.
On Sunday, there have been reports of artillery and rocket fire in many locations.
Since April, there has been conflict between the army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces (RSF) over control of Khartoum. Numerous deaths have occurred.
The health ministry of the nation reports that over 1,100 individuals have passed away nationwide, but the actual toll is probably far higher.
Many civilians have been wounded by stray bullets.
The United Nations estimates that around 2.2 million people have been internally displaced within Sudan and that over 500,000 have sought refuge in neighboring nations.
The dispute started when Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, the commander of the army, and Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, the leader of the RSF, disagreed on how to move the nation forward.
To allow people to flee the violence, a number of ceasefires have been declared, but they have not been adhered to.