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South Africa's Ramaphosa says at least 10 killed in riots

Reuters Thursday, 5 September 2019
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Thursday at least 10 people have been killed, two of them foreigners, in a wave of riots and attacks.
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News video: Under siege in Nigeria, South African businesses shut stores

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South African companies MTN and Shoprite closed stores in Nigeria on Wednesday after attacks on their facilities in the country - a retaliation after days of riots in South Africa chiefly targeting foreign-owned, including Nigerian, businesses. David Doyle reports.

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