More and more countries are waking up and protesting against robbing their citizens through high fuel and food prices.
Fuel protests have begun in the UK.
Protesters are blocking highways in various parts of Britain due to rising fuel prices, leading to chaos on the roads during the morning rush hour.
British authorities urged motorists to stay at home, warning of the risk of serious traffic jams and generally disruption of the usual routes.
Protests in Ghana against the sharp rise in fuel and food prices. Inflation topped 27%, the highest level in 20 years. The President turned to the IMF (International Monetary Fund) for help in the face of deteriorating economic conditions.
Thousands of disgruntled citizens block streets and clash with police in Ghana.
The protests of the farmers in the Netherlands are gaining enormous mass. The protest is mainly due to the suspension of the farmers’ activities, but also includes initiatives against the high prices in the Netherlands.
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