Violent clashes have erupted in Chad between police and protestors in the capital N’Djamena.
According to reports, a number of fatalities has been recorded as a result of the clash and dozens of people have been injured.
The demonstrations are against Chad’s transitional military government, with protestors calling for a return to civilian rule.
Police used gunfire and tear gas to disperse the protestors and some parts of the city have been cordoned off.
The angry protesters attacked the party headquarters of the recently appointed Prime Minister Saleh Kebzabo in the capital as the clamour for return to civilian rule intensifies in the country.