Government buildings torched in Senegal
Dakar: Angry residents of the Senegalese capital have torched several government buildings including offices of the state electricity firm to protest against long power cuts, a report said.
Four offices of Senelec were ablaze and four company vehicles torched.
A tax office was ransacked and burnt in a Dakar suburb.
A policeman said the protestors "took everything with them, including the safe" and added: "The whole of Dakar is burning."
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