Shared April 17, 2015
China has made formal complaints to South Africa over xenophobic attacks on Chinese-owned businesses. Scores of shops owned by Chinese nationals in the coastal city of Durban have been looted in the latest spate of violence. Mob attacks in Durban have left at least two foreigners and three locals dead since March, including a 14-year-old boy.
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