Gambia police fire tear gas to disperse opposition supporters

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Gambian police have fired tear gas to disperse supporters of a losing presidential candidate, who is refusing to concede defeat.

The Electoral Commission declared incumbent Adama Barrow the winner, with 53 per cent of the vote.

Al Jazeera’s @Ahmed Idris reports from Banjul, The Gambia.

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