South African experts asked to help identify Eswatini's dead

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The violent protests in Nhlangano last week saw a number of government properties go up in flames. The Nhlangano National Library and Shiselweni regional health office were among the properties that were burnt down. Photo: Twitter
The violent protests in Nhlangano last week saw a number of government properties go up in flames. The Nhlangano National Library and Shiselweni regional health office were among the properties that were burnt down. Photo: Twitter

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Activists want to collect evidence to have a clear picture of how protesters died.

Eswatini human rights lawyers have roped in South African pathologists to examine the bodies of protesters to counter government’s denials that its army was responsible for killing and maiming civilians.

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