South Africans march against xenophobic attacks

Pressure is mounting on South Africa's government to do more to protect foreigners. Hundreds of people marched in Johannesburg in support of victims of recent xenophobic attacks.

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    Pressure is mounting on South Africa's government to do more to protect foreigners.

    Hundreds of people marched in Johannesburg in support of victims of recent xenophobic attacks.

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Johannesburg.


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