28 May 2012

Angola: Inac Condemns Supposed Murder of Two Children in Benguela

Cubal — The National Children Institute (INAC) condemned this Monday the death of two children from the same family that were missing for a month in Yambala commune in the central Benguela province.

Speaking to Angop, the local official in charge of INAC, Ismael Cipriano Viombo said that the children, aged four and six, were found dead without some limbers and internal organs.

He vehemently condemned the action and exhorted the local judicial authorities to find the presumable criminals.

Angop learnt that the police are working in order to clarify the facts.

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