Hundreds of protesters in Sudan took to the streets for a 3rd consecutive day in opposition to the removal of government subsidies for fuel and petrol, which raised the consumer price by more than 200%. Demonstrators blocked roads, burnt tires, and placed barricades in order to pressure the government to concede.
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