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Wave of violence and massive looting in South Africa leaves 45 dead


Johannesburg (South Africa), Jul 13 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Kim Ludbrook) At least 45 people died and 757 were arrested until Tuesday in South Africa due to the violent riots that occurred in recent days in various parts of the country, it was reported by the authorities.FOOTAGE OF THE LOOTING OF STORES, THE BURNING OF AUTOMOBILES AND THE BLOCKING OF STREETS IN THE COUNTRY, AS WELL AS IMAGES OF THE MEMBERS OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE FORCES ATTEMPTING TO CONTROL THE SITUATION AND ARRESTING LOOTERS IN JOHANNESBURG

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