Deadly clashes as Syrians storm governor's office
Monday, 05 December, 2022, 14:06
Fueled by anger over spiraling prices and worsening economic hardship, the demonstrators held up signs demanding their rights and asking to live with dignity.
In a video released by local website Suwayda 24, this man could be heard shouting to the authorities, “You see how people are dying from starvation.”
Later, dozens of people stormed the building in the center of the Druze-majority city.
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