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Mon, 19 Feb 2018 18:27 - Updated Mon, 19 Feb 2018 18:27

66-year old woman stabbed to death in Lubango

Lubango - A 66-year-old citizen was killed by a 22-year-old woman with a machete in the last 48 hours in the Lubango municipality, whose motive remains unknown, said Monday the spokesman for the National Police in Huíla province chief inspector Luís Filipe Zilungo.

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Speaking to ANGOP, the official who was speaking about the events at the corporation confirmed that the incident happened around 8 am when she had an epileptic attack, and after recovering, she wielded the machete with which caused several blows in the cranial region, causing immediate death to the elderly woman.

The accused person was already detained and is awaiting investigation of the criminal case.

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