At Least 50 Killed, 300 Injured in Chad as Anti-Military Protests Turns Violent


At least 50 people were killed and nearly 300 injured in Chad on Thursday after security forces opened fire at anti-government demonstrators in the country’s two largest cities as they took to the streets to demand a transition to democratic rule.

Prime Minister Saleh Kebzabo, at a press conference, said the government was compiling casualties from what he described as an armed insurrection.

What happened today is an armed popular uprising to seize power by force and those responsible for this violence will face justice,” he said.

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