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Troops guard Madagascar square after violent protests
Dozens of soldiers on Sunday threw a cordon around a public square in Madagascar's capital where opposition protests against new electoral laws have killed one person in the restive island nation. They later vacated the square, clearing the way for some 100 opposition activists to gather, an AFP reporter at the scene said. One person died and at least 17 were wounded in clashes on Saturday between thousands of opposition activists and security forces in…
by afp, JusticeInfo.Net
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