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On June 04, hundreds of residents of the city of Toamasina in eastern Madagascar gathered to the street to denounce the economic effects of the lock down for the people and to demand an end of police violence.

On Saturday, May 30, clashes between masses and police forces occurred in the village of Cap Skirring in western Senegal over the lack of water.

Suspect members of al-Shabaab destroyed a communication mast and attacked a police camp Kenya’s northeast Wajir County on Saturday.

After the demolition of the homes of up to 7.000 people and the closure of a food market in the Korogocho neighborhood last week fierce fights against the police took place.

Last week several Chinese-owned factories and shops were torched by angry masses in the Free-Trade-Zone of Ogun-Guangdong in Nigeria.

Since the Lock Down, there are repeated looting and fights against security forces in South Africa.  In the following we want to give a short overview of the incidents of the last days.

On Tuesday, March 14, there were fights against the police and several shops were looted in the shantytown of Mitchells Plain and Manenberg, in Cape Town.

On Tuesday,  March 07, fierce fights took place between masses and security forces  in  the federal state of  West Kordofan, in Sudan.