Fuel subsidy cuts by the Sudan government have triggered riots spreading over Khartoum, and escalated into an uprising against the 24-year rule of president Omar al-Bashir. All deliveries and collections have been suspended until further notice.
The government has disconnected the Internet and at least 50 people have been killed this week as security forces opened fire with live ammunition on protesters as they tried to cross the Nile river into central Khartoum. Tear gas and rubber bullets have also been used, together with heavy censorship or outright blocks of media outlets and the firing of reporters.
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