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South Africa tries to contain 'Afrophobia' fallout as riots upstage summit

Reuters Thursday, 5 September 2019
South African ministers promised on Thursday to tackle the prejudice fuelling a wave of riots and xenophobic attacks, as growing international anger over the violence overshadowed a pan-African economic conference in Cape Town.
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