High school in Niamey, the largest in Niger, was closed Wednesday "until further notice" after a violent demonstration of students protesting in particular against the exclusion of five of their comrades in March, announced the government. "Campus is closed until further notice on this day, April 18, 2018," said the college of Nigeria College. Academic activities will continue, and the university's restaurant will remain open, told AFP a principal source. Collapse Wednesday morning police to university students do several injuries, according to the protesters. The University of Niamey was paralyzed by a month-long strike by teachers who protested against aggression on February 7 by one of their students. The teachers ended their march on March 1
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