Congo Police Fire Tear Gas At Opposition Supporters: Reports

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Congo Police Fire Tear Gas At Opposition Supporters: Reports

Riot police in Congo used tear gas to disperse 200 opposition supporters who were trying to get into a polling station.

Paris, France:  Riot police in Congo on Sunday used tear gas to disperse 200 opposition supporters who were trying to get into a polling station during counting in the country's  presidential election, an Agence France Presse journalist saw.

Dozens of heavily armed police fired tear gas at the supporters of opposition candidate Guy-Brice Parfait Kolelas and chased them away from the polling station in the south of the capital Brazzaville.



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