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Mourners bury five people killed in deadly protests in N’Djamena

Hundreds of mourners attended the funeral in Chad's capital N'Djamena on Saturday for five protesters killed in demonstrations against military rule. The government said five people were killed in clashes on Tuesday. A Chadian civil society group put the death toll at nine, with dozens more injured.

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