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S Africa inquiry resumes shooting hearings

Police deny claims of tampering with evidence to make deaths of 34 miners last year appear to be act of self-defence.

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A South African Commission of Inquiry into shootings at a platinum mine in Marikana is resuming hearings in Pretoria.

Police deny allegations they tampered with evidence to make it look like the killing of 34 miners last year was in self-defence.

Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Centurion.

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