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At least eight churches are set alight as mobs protesting against the Charlie Hebdo magazine leave 10 dead in Niger.
Five people were killed on Saturday, with two charred bodies found inside a a burned church on the outskirts of the capital. The body of a woman was found inside a bar. She was believed to have asphyxiated from tear gas and smoke Yesterday, a rally against Charlie Hebdo in the country's second city of Zinder left five dead and 45 injured.
Around 1,000 youths wielding iron bars, clubs and axes stormed through Niamey on Saturday, hurling rocks at police who responded with tear gas.