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The Chadian government Thursday slapped a ban on unauthorized demonstrations after police blocked a rally over a brutal gang rape whose repercussions touch on the families of senior figures in power.The minister of security and immigration, Ahmat Mahamat Bachir, accused students who tried to organize Thursday's gathering of "sowing disorder". Earlier, police wielding teargas dispersed high-school students in the capital N'Djamena as they sought to rally over the death of a demonstrator who was killed in an earlier protest over the gang rape, an AFP reporter saw.A 17-year-old protester, Abbachou Hassan Ousmane, was shot dead by riot police.
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