July 20, 2024, 12:20:53 PM

Author Topic: Albino killings continue in Tanzania, Burundi: NGO - Under the Same Sun.  (Read 1039 times)

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"Three new albino killings have been reported in Tanzania and Burundi amid signs that the lucrative trade in their body parts has not waned despite international outrage, an NGO said Thursday.

In the same three month period from February to April, four attempted murders of albinos were reported, said Canadian NGO Under the Same Sun."

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"Three new albino killings have been reported in Tanzania and Burundi amid signs that the lucrative trade in their body parts has not waned despite international outrage, an NGO said Thursday.

In the same three month period from February to April, four attempted murders of albinos were reported, said Canadian NGO Under the Same Sun."

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This is really sad. In this day and age this sort of thing happening. I really hope they do something serious to avoid this kind of things happening.

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the worst part is that they are not only being killed but they are hacked to pieces so that their body parts can be sold to witch doctors........nah man how people could do that
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And of all places, Tanzania. That country is supposed to be one of the most enlightened of the African countries. I know they not rich, but man killing people for body parts for rituals is not nice in this day and age.

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real backwardness...it sick that kinda ting still goin on

ah was readin even in south africa , the people aint gettin killed, but they sure as hell being shunned and ostracized from the townships
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