Senegal's government accuses Canadian police of 'savagely' beating Ottawa embassy diplomat

The Republic of Senegal says one of its on-duty diplomats in Ottawa was beaten at her home by police earlier this week, while Quebec's Gatineau Police Service says its members subdued and arrested a person who was violent toward officers.

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