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Wed, 27 Dec 2017 17:27 - Updated Wed, 27 Dec 2017 17:26

National Police discourage offenders in Bié

Cuito - The National Police in central Bié province reinforced the awareness among communities about the consequences of crime, with a view to reducing the crimes, said the communication director of the Interior delegation, José Capingãla Daniel.

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Speaking to ANGOP on Wednesday, the official stressed that the awareness campaign includes, essentially, young people who, according to the source, allegedly engage in theft, physical or moral aggression, among other non-dignifying behaviors to society, admitting that such actions help to counteract harmful acts occurring in communities.

The crimes committed in that province resulted in the arrest of 46 individuals, more 14 persons in relation to the previous period.

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