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Rapper's Hunger Strike Shows Power of Ancient Form of Protest
Death comes by dehydration, atrophication and the painful failure of internal organs, chiefly kidneys and liver. The exact origin of the hunger strike is unclear but it has been used a political tactic around the world for many centuries.
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