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Sudan Tribesman Says 25 Dead in Rioting

A representative of tribesmen who clashed with police in the Red Sea coastal city of Port Sudan said Sunday at least 25 people had died and 196 were injured, significantly raising earlier casualty tolls given by the tribe. The United Nations expressed concern that if violence in eastern Sudan was not contained, it could escalate tensions across a country fractured by separate wars. After Saturday’s riots, Red Sea governor General Hatim al-Wasilah said 14 people had died and 16 were injured when police tried to stop widespread looting and vandalism. Full Story

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