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Protests in Sierra Leone Over Rising Cost of Living Turn Deadly


Demonstrations against rising prices in the West African nation of Sierra Leone turned deadly this week, the country’s authorities said on Friday, as long-simmering economic grievances compounded by the global food crisis erupted into street clashes.

Female street vendors who last month staged peaceful gatherings against the soaring cost of living were joined on Wednesday by hundreds of political protesters, who clashed with the police and demanded the president’s resignation over the…



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