Three protesters have been killed in front of the US embassy in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, after being run over by police vehicles, according to Al Jazeera.
A spokesperson for the US embassy says all protesters have been expelled from inside the compound.
More than 5,000 demonstrators have gathered in front of the embassy, setting fires on a square nearby. Many of the demonstrators were bussed to the location from the UK and German embassies, according to Reuters.
Local witnesses reported on Twitter that a mob of an estimated ten to 15 thousand people are torching the building.
Gunfire has been heard outside the building, according to a reporter for Reuters.
It comes after police fired tear gas on demonstrators after they stormed the German embassy, pulling down its emblem and raising an Islamic flag in its place.
The German Foreign Minister has confirmed the attack, and says the building is partially in flames.
Protesters also set nearby cars and trash cans on fire as police fired tear gas, according to AP.
Demonstrators smashed windows of the building and started a fire in front of the main gate, a witness told Reuters.
The German Foreign Minister says the embassy was vacated before the protest began, and that all employees are safe.
The British Foreign Office has confirmed ongoing demonstrations outside the UK embassy in Khartoum. Sudanese police are currently at the scene.