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Papua New Guinea: four students reported dead after police open fire on march | World news | The Guardian

10.6.16

Papua New Guinea: four students reported dead after police open fire on march | World news | The Guardian: The students had attempted to leave the university campus and head towards parliament house in Port Moresby, but were prevented by police.

Students have accused police of firing into the crowd, and photographs purported to be from the rally show a number of injured people.

“I’ve never been in this type of fear before,” one student, Janet Morley, posted on Facebook.


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