Zanzibar Attacks Not About Religion - Govt

According to deputy minister for home affairs, investigations carried out into the attacks on cleric leaders in Zanzibar determined they were not motivated by religion.

Aftermath (file photo): Religious leaders attacked in zanzibar.

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