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Sudanese police uses tear gas to disperse hundreds of demonstrators pr

    Sudanese police uses tear gas to disperse hundreds of demonstrators protesting lift fuel subsidies
    Khartoum-Sudanese police used tear gas to disperse hundreds of demonstrators in the capital of Al-Gezira State, Wad Medani, on Monday protesting Sudan's president's decision to lift fuel subsidies
    According to reports from Wad Medani that massive demonstrations against the new austerity measures occurred, pointing out that the police and security forces used tear gas to disperse the protestors who burned two police's vehicles and two gas stations
    Residents said they heard gunshots, and unconfirmed reports indicated that the angry protesters burned down T.V station headquarters in the State.
    Khartoum's government almost doubled prices for fuel and cooking gas on Monday to bring its budget under control. Sudan lost three-quarters of its oil reserves - its main source of revenues and of dollars for food imports - when South Sudan became independent in 2011.
    The government started reducing some fuel subsidies in July 2012. Several weeks of small protests ended with a security crackdown.
    It had hoped to sustain the remaining support by boosting gold exports to replace oil revenues, but was thwarted by the recent fall in global gold prices.
    Petrol stations in the capital Khartoum raised the price of a gallon (3.8 liters) of petrol on Monday to 21 pounds (almost $3 based on black market prices), from 12 pounds.
    A gallon of gasoline now costs 14 pounds, up from 8.5 pounds, petrol station staff said. The prices for a cylinder of cooking gas rose to 25 pounds from 15 pounds.
                  

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