South African Violence

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    May 24: A South African man is detained by police as thousands of protesters march downtown Johannesburg, South Africa.

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    May 24: Thousands of protesters march in downtown Johannesburg, South Africa to protest the recent wave of attacks against foreigners that left over 40 dead and scores homeless.

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    May 24: A South African police officer tells foreign refugees to return to the Central Methodist Church where hundreds of immigrants are staying, after South Africans attempted to attack them in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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    May 24: A foreign refugee looks from the window of the Central Methodist Church where hundreds of immigrants are staying, after South Africans attempted to attack them in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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    May 24: An immigrant runs after a man he claimed attacked him outside the Central Methodist Church where hundreds of immigrants are staying, after South Africans attempted to attack them in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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    May 24: A South African police officer tells foreign refugees to return to the Central Methodist Church where hundreds of immigrants live, after South Africans attempted to attack them in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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    May 24: South African police officers tell foreign refugees to return to the Central Methodist Church where hundreds of immigrants are staying, after South Africans attempted to attack them in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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    May 24: A South African police officer tells foreign refugees to return to the Central Methodist Church where hundreds of immigrants are staying, after South Africans attempted to attack them in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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    May 24: A South African police officer tells foreign refugees to return to the Central Methodist Church where hundreds of immigrants are staying, after South Africans attempted to attack them in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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    May 24: An armed policeman appeals for calm during a march in downtown Johannesburg to protest the latest attacks on immigrants in and around Johannesburg.

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    Displaced people wait at a police station in Johannesburg, Sunday May 18, 2008. Mobs went on the rampage in a frenzy of anti-foreigner hatred throughout poor suburbs with at least seven people reported dead. Dozens were injured and hundreds sought refuge at police stations. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)

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    Protester sing and dance as a they call for the expulsion of immigrants in Johannesburg, Sunday May 18, 2008. Mobs went on the rampage in a frenzy of anti-foreigner hatred throughout poor suburbs with at least seven people reported dead. Dozens were injured and hundreds sought refuge at police stations. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)

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    People looked through smashed windows in Johannesburg, Sunday May 18, 2008. Mobs went on the rampage in a frenzy of anti-foreigner hatred throughout poor suburbs with at least seven people reported dead. Dozens were injured and hundreds sought refuge at police stations. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)

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    Displaced people are seen through the smashed windscreen of a car at a police station in Johannesburg, Sunday May 18, 2008. Mobs went on the rampage in a frenzy of anti-foreigner hatred throughout poor suburbs with at least seven people reported dead. Dozens were injured and hundreds sought refuge at police stations. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)

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    Police detain a man alleged to be involved in attacks on foreigners in downtown Johannesburg, Sunday May 18, 2008. Mobs went on a rampage in a frenzy of anti-foreigner hatred throughout poor suburbs with at least seven people reported dead. Dozens were injured and hundreds sought refuge at police stations. (AP Photo/Simphiwe Nkwali) ** SOUTH AFRICA OUT **

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    A mob, armed with hand carved weapons in a squatter settlement in Reiger Park, south of Johannesburg, Sunday May 18, 2008. Mobs went on the rampage in a frenzy of anti-foreigner hatred throughout poor suburbs with at least seven people reported dead. Dozens were injured and hundreds sought refuge at police stations. (AP Photo/Simphiwe Nkwali) ** SOUTH AFRICA OUT **

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    EDS NOTE GRAPHIC CONTENT: A policeman extinguishes a man after he was set alight in Reiger Park, south of Johannesburg, Sunday May 18, 2008. Mobs went on the rampage in a frenzy of anti-foreigner hatred throughout poor suburbs with at least seven people reported dead. Dozens were injured and hundreds sought refuge at police stations. The man was rushed to hospital in a serious condition and his present condition is unknown. (AP Photo/Simphiwe Nkwali) ** SOUTH AFRICA OUT **

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    A protester with a placard calling for the expulsion of immigrants in Johannesburg, Sunday May 18, 2008. Mobs went on the rampage in a frenzy of anti-foreigner hatred throughout poor suburbs with at least seven people reported dead. Dozens were injured and hundreds sought refuge at police stations. (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)

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