Young Senegalese "fed up" with regime
The "Fed Up" movement leaders hold a news conference determined to spark Senegalese out of their "defeatism" and to reclaim their government. Photo/Amanda Fortier
"Spring" wind blows into Senegal streets
This weekend's election in Senegal isn't passing the smell test with some, and now there's a whiff of Arab Spring in the air.
It's an old story. A president comfortable in power tries engineering more of it.
But that didn't sit well with a small band of disaffected Senegalese young people, and it's morphed into a movement, spilling into the streets of this small African country.
It's a call out a president reneging on his promise to resign.
And we found Canadian journalist Amanda Fortier in with the ringleaders.
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