Sudan Bread Protest
25 Dec 2018
Amnesty International said it has received "credible reports" that Sudanese security forces have shot dead 37 protesters in a crackdown on demonstrations roiling the country. Anti-government protests have rattled Sudan since Wednesday after the government tripled the price of a loaf of bread. The authorities say eight protesters have been killed in the unrest, while…
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