Six police officers have been killed in anti-government protests in northern and southern Syria. Besides, at least two protesters were killed.

On August 11 (Thursday), Reuters reported this information in a report citing the country’s police chief.

The West African country is suffering from inflation and energy crisis. The general public is protesting to demand the resignation of the country’s ruling government for its failure to deal with the ongoing economic crisis.

Last Wednesday (August 10) Interservice was stopped in the country. And the ruling government has issued a curfew across the country to quell the protests.

Although the protesters have protested in different cities of the country ignoring the curfew.