A first fatality is reported, amid warnings the West African nation could lose its image as a stable democracy.
Student reportedly killed in the northern city of Saint-Louis while Dakar sees clashes between security forces and ...
The February 3 decision to postpone the presidential election plunged Senegal into turmoil, with four people killed in ...
The atmosphere in Senegal -- often viewed as a bastion of ... Constitutional coup' - The sporadic clashes outside parliament were a rare sight in the normally calm area of downtown Dakar, where ...
Security forces in Senegal have clashed with hundreds of protesters ... A protester throws a stone during clashes with police in Dakar [Guy Peterson/AFP] Sall, who has reached his constitutional ...
DAKAR, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Clashes between security forces and protesters on Friday gripped Senegal's capital and other cities, the first widespread unrest over the delay of a presidential election ...
Violence has previously broken out in Senegal over fears Sall would try to extend his tenure beyond the end of his second term, and he has previously insisted he would not. The sporadic clashes ...
Senegal remains an outlier as the sole mainland ... media in a context of threats of disturbances to public order.” Clashes between police and protesters have seen riot police use tear gas ...
Violent protests in Senegal against the postponement of presidential elections have spread across the country, with the first fatality reported. A student died in clashes with police on Friday in ...
Student reportedly killed in the northern city of Saint-Louis while security forces and demonstrators clash in Dakar Security forces and protesters have clashed in Senegal’s capital and other ...