Two wounded protestors lie on the street (at L) as troops loyal to former president Laurent Gbagbo clash with supporters of Alssane Ouattara on December 16, 2010 in the popular Aboboa district of Abidjan. Clashes erupted as troops loyal to one of the fragile West African state's two self-declared presidents mobilised to halt a bid by protesters to storm state television headquarters. Gbagbo's police and soldiers had earlier set up a cordon of armoured cars around the broadcaster's Abidjan offices, as France and the United Nations called for restraint and warned of the dangers of a return to violence. Young supporters of Gbagbo's rival Alassane Ouattara began to gather in northern city districts, braving a massively increased security pressure to bring their champion's cause to the street. Police fired teargas as they violently dispersed a group of marchers in the Abobo district, and at least three protesters were wounded, an AFP reporter said. AFP PHOTO / SIA KAMBOU (Photo credit should read SIA KAMBOU/AFP/Getty Images)
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On moments où nous écrivons ces lignes des affrontements sont notés en ce moments à l’université Cheikh Anta Diop entre étudiants et éléments. Des GMI sont déployés en grand nombre dans tous les quartiers résidentiels de la capitale Sénégalaise. Envahis par les étudiants, les policiers ont abondé un de leurs véhicules , qui a été brûlé par les étudiants en colère. Regardez



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