De violents heurts entre la police et les militants d’IRA à Nouakchott

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TOPSHOTS Burundi's policemen and army forces face protestors during a demonstration against incumbent president Pierre Nkurunziza's bid for a 3rd term on 13 May 2015 in Bujumbura. In the neighborhood of Musaga, hundreds of people waved sticks and threw stones as police responded with tear gas, a water cannon and live rounds. Protestors looted the local police post in Musaga, burning furniture, mattresses and clothing in a barricade fire, an AFP photographer said. Burundi's presidency said an attempted coup by a top general had "failed" on May 13, 2015 and pro-president Burundi troops at state broadcaster fire warning shots over the heads of hundreds of protesters, an AFP reporter said. Burundian general Godefroid Niyombare on May 13 announced the overthrow of President Pierre Nkurunziza, following weeks of violent protests against the president's bid to stand for a third term. AFP PHOTO / JENNIFER HUXTA
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Burundi’s policemen and army forces face protestors during a demonstration against incumbent president Pierre Nkurunziza’s bid for a 3rd term on 13 May 2015 in Bujumbura. In the neighborhood of Musaga, hundreds of people waved sticks and threw stones as police responded with tear gas, a water cannon and live rounds. Protestors looted the local police post in Musaga, burning furniture, mattresses and clothing in a barricade fire, an AFP photographer said. Burundi’s presidency said an attempted coup by a top general had “failed” on May 13, 2015 and pro-president Burundi troops at state broadcaster fire warning shots over the heads of hundreds of protesters, an AFP reporter said. Burundian general Godefroid Niyombare on May 13 announced the overthrow of President Pierre Nkurunziza, following weeks of violent protests against the president’s bid to stand for a third term. AFP PHOTO / JENNIFER HUXTA

De violents heurts ont éclaté aujourd’hui, lundi 11 juillet, en début de journée, aux alentours du marché central de Nouakchott, entre la police anti-émeute mauritanienne et les militants du mouvement IRA. 

Les éléments de la police ont parachuté vers les manifestants des grenades lacrymogènes afin de les disperser.  Selon une source qui était sur place, les militants d’IRA marchaient vers le palais de justice, où, leurs camarades arrêtés devraient être entendus par un juge d’instruction sur les faits qui les sont reprochés à la suite des événements du 28 juin dernier.

Il faut rappeler les affrontements s’étaient soldés par 12 blessés dans les rangs de la police, selon nos sources.

Tawary

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