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Gunmen kill 15 people ‘randomly’ in S. Africa: police

By Reuters
10 July 2022   |   5:01 pm
Police in South Africa say 15 people were killed and another nine injured in a shooting at a tavern in Soweto, while four died in an apparently unrelated attack in another bar in Pietermaritzburg.

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