Senegal opposition leader released as new clashes erupt

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    Riot police in armed personnel carriers fired tire gas and rubber bullets at crowds in #Senegal’s capital on Monday hours after authorities freed opposition leader Ousmane #Sonko following several days of violent #protests in one of West Africa’s most stable democracies.

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