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S.Africa parliament fire suspect appears in court

By Reuters
05 January 2022   |   9:00 am
This is the 49-year-old man accused of setting South Africa's parliament building on fire, which completely destroyed its lower house National Assembly chamber. The chamber was destroyed after flare-up on the second day.

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