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A man suspected of trafficking in human organs was lynched by a mob in the Messica administrative post in Manica province, central Mozambique, a police source told Lusa on Tuesday.
According to the Manica police, the man was killed after absconding from the local police station, where he was being held on suspicion of human organs trafficking.
After the lynching, a crowd demonstrated in front of the police station, demanding that two other suspects who were allegedly part of the trafficking group be delivered to them for “justice”.
Police fired into the air and used tear gas to disperse the mob. Three people were seriously injured, the source said.Source: Lusa
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