epa03088476 Senegalese demostrators set up a burning barricade during riots in Dakar, Senegal, 01 February 2012. Reports indicate that at least one person has been killed in Dakar during demonstrations against President Abdoulaye Wade's re-election bid. Protesters are demonstrating against a ruling by the country's top judges which allows President Abdoulaye Wade to seek a third term in office. The constitutional council also rejected Senegalese music icon Youssou Ndour's presidential candidacy, after the Grammy-award winner quit music to go into politics. EPA/ALIOU MBAYE
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