In the capital of Mali, at least one person was killed as a result of the protests
At least one person was killed in the capital, Bamako, as a result of protests by opponents of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita a, reports Reuters.
Earlier it was reported that opponents of the President, calls for his resignation, captured state television in the capital, Bamako, he had to interrupt broadcasting.
As reported, one person was killed near the building of the National Assembly. Protesters pelted the building with stones and smashed its glass facade, then stormed inside, began to plunder and set fire to some parts of the building.
In addition, it is reported that the police used tear gas against the demonstrators and fired shots to drive them from the building of the state television and the Parliament.
In addition to capturing a result, the protesters who go to the rally called by the opposition coalition, also tried to take two large bridges.
Mali is experiencing a period of tension after the legislative elections in March last year.