Soldiers in Sudan are struggling to contain violence which has followed the death of its vice-president, John Garang.
The country was plunged into a state of shock by the news the former rebel leader had died in a helicopter crash.
In the capital, Khartoum, more than 80 people have died over the course of three days of violence.
Most of the rioters on Monday were from the south, like Mr Garang, and hoped he would change their lives.
Sudanese leaders have appealed for calm as people flee the city and armed gangs roam the streets.
Police and soldiers are attempting to stop the violence escalating, as reprisal attacks along ethnic lines are reported.
Mr Garang's relatives could not contain their grief when it was confirmed the helicopter he was travelling in had crashed.
Mr Garang's widow, Rebecca, mourned at the side of her husband's coffin.
Millions of Sudanese will join in grieving his loss when his funeral is held on Saturday in Juba, southern Sudan.
The news was also received with sadness by southern Sudanese refugees in Nairobi, Kenya.