Sudan: August 4, 2005


Three days of rioting, to protest the death of southern leader John Garang, left some 130 dead, many more injured and millions of dollars in property damage. Southerners throughout the country were angry at Garang's death, believing it was caused by the government. The violence has subsided, partly because of the action of the police and anti-southerner vigilantes.  




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