South African police arrest 100 people from outside UN office in Cape Town

South African police arrest 100 people from outside UN office in Cape Town

The South African police arrested nearly 100 people in a bid to scatter a group of refugees and asylum seekers. The group had been participating in a sit-in near the refugee agency of the United Nations in Cape Town. The refugees and asylum seekers had been asking to be moved out of South Africa, citing insecurity due to xenophobic violence.

Pierre
Pierre
porcus
porcus 4 months

Wonder why the UN didn't help...

Barry
Barry 4 months

if you ever think your life is bad remember there's people that are literally born in hell

Hannibal
Hannibal 4 months

They once had nuclear weapons and a space program and levels of safety akin to the US and Europe. Now South Africa is so bad even REFUGEES fleeing war and famine don't want to go there.

John Doh
John Doh 4 months

Look at all those racist police officers.

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