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Families of the 21 East London victims must wait for answers

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 A candle prayer service was held at the scene in East London where 21 children died last week Photo: Lulama Zenzile
A candle prayer service was held at the scene in East London where 21 children died last week Photo: Lulama Zenzile

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Last Sunday, the 21 victims – most of them aged between 13 and 17 – lost their lives in the tavern while celebrating the start of the school holidays.

Their families have been told that it could take weeks before the investigation into the deaths is finalised.

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