Protests turn violent in Solomon Islands
The video showed several buildings still smoldering in thick smoke. Large amounts of rubble were also scattered on the streets.
Foreign countries are responsible for fueling the unrest that led to violent protests in the small island nation in the South Pacific, Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare said on Friday, but declined to name the countries.
Sogavare's comments came when Australian police arrived in the Solomon Islands after Australia accepted a request from him for help protecting critical infrastructure.
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