Sudan – Protests Against Fuel Crisis

Khartoum, Nyala, El Obeid — Unprecedented fuel prices and long lines of vehicles at petrol stations led to demonstrations in Khartoum, El Obeid, Nyala and Port Sudan. Activists accused the deep state of causing the fuel crisis.

In Nyala, capital of South Darfur, vehicles lined up in long queues in front of petrol stations on Monday.

The owners of vehicles asserted that a gallon of petrol at the black market costs SDG 220 ($ 4.90*), compared to SDG 45 ($ 1) at the petrol stations. A gallon of…

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