High school in Niamey, the largest in Niger, was closed on Wednesday "afterwards" after a violent demonstration of students protesting against the exclusion of five of their comrades in March, the government announced
"Campus is closed until further notice this day, April 18, 2018, "said the university of Nigeria.
Academic activities will continue, and the university restaurant will be open, told AFP's Rector source.
Checks Wednesday morning's law enforcement to college students. The university makes several wounded, according to the protesters.
The University of Niamey was lambed by a month's strike of teachers who protested against aggression on February 7th in one of their students
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The teachers had completed their move on March 17 after have received exclusion of five students and the use of law enforcement in order to secure the campus.
The students had developed a "minor mistake" and not an aggression. Judging these exclusions "unfairly, disproportionately, illegally and arbitrarily," began a strike.
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President Mahamadou Issoufou promised in early March in an interview on public television that "the government should ensure that the calm returns to the university in relation to all actors ".