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Thirteen dead in South Africa after church wall collapses

Reuters Friday, 19 April 2019
Thirteen people were killed in a south-eastern province of South Africa during an Easter service after a church wall collapsed on them late on Thursday following days of heavy rains and strong winds, emergency services said on Friday.
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