More Than Two Dozen May Be Dead in Violent Protests Over Fuel Subsidy Cuts in the Sudan

Cars, gas stations torched


Violence during protests against fuel subsidy cuts in Sudan has left more than two dozen dead, according to one source.

A medic at a Khartoum hospital has been quoted as saying it has the bodies of 27 people killed in the trouble.

Reports in international media also speak of similar numbers of casualties.