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How DSS threatened, harassed and injured protesters requesting release of Sowore

By Guardian Exclusive
13 November 2019   |   1:12 pm
Operatives of the Department of State Services on Tuesday fired live rounds into the air and used tear gas to disperse protesters seeking the release of Omoyele Sowore, who has been held since August after calling for a revolution.⁣

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