Khartoum - At least 29 people have been killed in three days
of rioting in Sudan sparked by a government decision to scrap subsidies on
fuel, medical officials said on Thursday.
"We have received the bodies of 21 people" since
the protests began on Monday, a hospital source in Khartoum's twin city
Omdurman told AFP.
Eight other people were killed in other regions across the
country, witnesses and families said.