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The protests in Sudan police fired tear gas

the Protests against the worsening of living conditions and rise in the bread - and gasoline prices continue in Sudan. Earlier in the week died eight protesters

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The protests in Sudan police fired tear gas

the Protests against the worsening of living conditions and rise in the bread - and gasoline prices continue in Sudan. Earlier in the week died eight protesters in clashes with the police.

On Sunday, gathered a few hundred demonstrators after a football game and blocked a street in central Khartoum, said a witness to Reuters.

met with tear gas when they cried ”the people want to topple the regime!”

On Saturday, the sudanese secret service, the president of the country's opposition, the National consensus forces, NCF, Farouq Abu Issa, along with 13 other of his colleagues, writes the Sudan Tribune.

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