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Topic - Vincent Dlamini
An official in Republic of Congo says four high-ranking officers have been arrested after a series of blasts at an arms depot left at least 292 people dead.
"Of course, we anticipate that the police will use their underhanded tactics, but we won't back down."
"Nothing has changed, we are going ahead with tomorrow's [Thursday's] protests," said Vincent Dlamini, secretary-general of the National Public Service and Allied Workers Union.