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Special Report Transcript Episode 87, Section 2, Time 13:43

But there were also the killers from the other side. APLA soldiers who had attacked soft targets like restaurants, pubs and the St. James Church where 11 churchgoers died. For victims the long wait for the truth often ended in an emotional showdown with those who had pulled the triggers and yield the bombs.

Notes: Aftermath, APLA attacks

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Azanian People's Liberation army, military wing of the PAC, formed in 1967
During the early 1990s, the PAC proclaimed a military strategy of a 'protracted people's war', which involved the infiltration of APLA guerrillas into the country to conduct rural guerrilla warfare. The initial targets of such attacks were members of the security forces and white farmers who were ...
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