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South Africa to deploy Troops to the streets to contain Xenophobic violence

South African government says it will be deploying troops to the streets to shorten the xenophobic assaults in the nation.
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South African Defense Minister, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, said the officers will be conveyed to Alexandra township, north of the principle city Johannesburg. She said the Troops won’t assume control over the obligations of the police but would help in maintaining order.

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