South Africa Deploys Army to Curb Xenophobic Attacks

According to to the VOA online news outlet, South Africa’s defense minister says the government will deploy military personnel to prevent further violence and criminality, after a wave of xenophobic attacks in two cities that have killed at least seven people.

After weeks of violence in impoverished areas of Johannesburg and Durban, South Africa's defense minister announced Tuesday that soldiers will join with police to stop the xenophobic attacks. READ MORE OF THIS STORY

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