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April 16, 1987
Two days of riots by striking police officers prompted Senegal's National Assembly to disband the nation's 6,250-member force and President Abdou Diouf ordered the military to patrol the capital of Dakar. Police, upset by two-year prison sentences given two officers for torturing to death a prisoner, began the strike across the West African nation Monday. Diouf suspended the officers and replaced Interior Minister Ibrahima Wone.
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April 16, 1987
Two days of riots by striking police officers prompted Senegal's National Assembly to disband the nation's 6,250-member force and President Abdou Diouf ordered the military to patrol the capital of Dakar. Police, upset by two-year prison sentences given two officers for torturing to death a prisoner, began the strike across the West African nation Monday. Diouf suspended the officers and replaced Interior Minister Ibrahima Wone.
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