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Khartoum, Sudan, Jan 11 - Sudanese police fired tear gas at protesters in the capital Khartoum and its twin city Omdurman after midday prayers on Friday - Kenya breaking news | Kenya news today | Capitalfm.co.ke
Many in Sudan now prefer to keep their money under the mattress rather than in banks. If people put their savings in the bank it can be hard to get out as cash machines are often empty. Where cash is available, long queues have become the norm in the capital, Khartoum. There are also queues for bread. Coming back from work late at night, I have often had to wait an hour to get to the bakery window only to be told that there is nothing left. Other foods are becoming expensive for many people in the capital.
Sudanese security forces have used tear gas to disperse hundreds of people taking part in anti-government protests in the capital Khartoum and other parts of...
Grabbed by baton-wielding security officials during a recent anti-government protest in Sudan and reeling from teargas, Ahmed Mahmoud was beaten for an hour before he was tossed onto a pickup truck and taken to a building guarded by men in civilian clothes holding assault rifles. He and two dozen others were taken inside and pummelled for eight hours.
Protesters calling for 'freedom, peace, justice' march through Khartoum as police respond with volleys of tear gas.