Sudan has been rocked by more than a month of deadly protests triggered by President Omar al Bashir government's decision to triple the price of bread.
Hundreds of people torched the ruling party's headquarters in Atbara city to protest against the rise in bread prices.
Bread prices more than doubled this week as flour manufacturers raised prices amid dwindling wheat supplies after the government decided to stop importing grain and allowed private companies to do so.
Venezuelans have to deal with a recession, water and power cuts, and now are struggling to find the most basic of food items – bread. The government has responded by arresting bakers and termed the crisis a "bread war."
In Venezuela, bread is still difficult to find. Bakers are blaming the government for not importing enough flour and President Nicolas Maduro is accusing bakeries of hoarding flour to destabilise his government.
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