Hello, this is the BBC News with Fiona MacDonald.
Fighting is continuing in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, where the army is trying to defeat a paramilitary force that seized government buildings on Saturday.
The World Health Organization says hospitals are running low on supplies and most residents are too fearful to leave their homes.
There have been multiple calls to end the violence and regional leaders say they'll to try to travel to Sudan to open peace talks.
Julian Bedford reports.
Flights in the night of Khartoum have been suspended while the army tries to retake the airport.
So the prospect of African presidents arriving in the capital to break a settlement are remote.
Even if they were able to land, neither the army nor the Rapid Support Forces appear willing to talk.
The army appears increasingly confident it can crush the uprising by the RSF.
Late on Sunday said it was dealing with paramilitary snipers still occupying military headquarters.
But thousands of RSF fighters are still in Khartoum and its twin city Omdurman and the threat they pose to both military and civilian lives is likely to persist.
Dissident FARC rebels who rejected a peace deal with the Colombian government in 2016 have said they're ready to begin negotiations to end decades of conflict.
The leader of the group said the talks would begin in a month's time.
There's been no response yet from his government to the latest proposal.
President Biden has condemned the killing of four people at a birthday party in Alabama this weekend is outrageous and unacceptable.
In a statement, he asked what the United States had come to when children couldn't attend such an event without fear.
The country's latest mass shooting happened at a 16th birthday party in the town of Dadeville.
Nomia Iqbal has more details.
Police haven't given any details about the suspect or a possible motive.
One victim has been named by local media as Phil Dowdall, a star high school athlete.
At a news conference, senior trooper Jeremy Burkett expressed sympathy for the victim's relatives, but warns that the investigation wasn't likely to be quick.
The republican governor of Alabama Kay Ivey also released a statement saying violence had no place in the state.
She is a strong supporter of second amendment rights, and last year signed a law which ended the requirement to obtain a permit to carry a concealed handgun in public.
The governor of Russia's Belgorod region, which borders Ukraine says two fires have been reported at civilian facilities.
Vyacheslav Gladkov said there were no casualties and the fires had been extinguished.
Videos shared on social media appeared to show power station infrastructure ablaze.
Belgorod has been targeted by numerous shelling and air attacks since Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.
Kiev's policy has been to refrain from comment.