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Malawi Repatriates Citizens Targeted in South Africa

About 75 of the Malawians displaced by recent xenophobic attacks in South Africa have returned home. Malawi’s government repatriated them on Thursday, after they spent weeks at a guarded camp in Johannesburg. Some say they will never go back to South Africa. Others are not so sure. Lameck Masina reports from Blantyre~VOA NEWS

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