Afrique du Sud : le bilan des violences passe à 32 morts


A South Africa Police Service (SAPS) officer aims his rifle at a in incoming minivan bringing it to a stop in Jeppestown, Johannesburg, on July 12, 2021 during clashes with residents of the Wolhuter Men’s Hostel. – President Cyril Ramaphosa on July 12 said the deadly unrest gripping the country is unprecedented in post-apartheid South Africa as he deployed troops to help police…

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