Truth still elusive 20 years after S. Africa’s truth commission

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On April 15, 1996, South Africa's revolutionary Truth and Reconciliation Commission began the hard work of dealing with political crimes committed during apartheid -- including abductions and murder. But 20 years later, many families are still waiting on the promised truth, as the government stalls prosecutions.

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