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Victims take the Peace Train

Madeleine Davies

by Madeleine Davies

Posted: 01 Feb 2013 @ 12:16

SIXTY survivors of the bombing of a shopping centre in Worcester, South Africa, that left four people dead on Christmas Eve 1996, gathered at the town's train station on Tuesday to begin a 32-hour journey to visit one of the attack's perpetrators.

The Worcester Peace Train has been organised by the Worcester Hope and Reconciliation Process, the Restitution Foundation, and Khulumani, which represents survivors of ...

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