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Thu, 01 Feb 2018 19:33 - Updated Thu, 01 Feb 2018 19:32

Father rapes 11-year-old child in Humpata

Lubango - An 11-year-old girl has been sexually abused by her father in the municipality of Humpata, southern Huíla province, said on Thursday in the city of Huíla, chief inspector Luís Filipe Zilungo.

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Huíla: Suspects detained by the police (photo)

Speaking to ANGOP, about the report of the police in the last seven days, said that the crime occurred when the accused, as the victim's father, invited her to collect mushrooms in the forest and perpetrated the crime.

In relation to public security, the spokesman said that in the same period 86 crimes of a different nature were reported, an increase of 13 in relation to the previous period, of which 63 were clarified, resulting in the detention of 60 national citizens.

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