Offbeat: 32 people burnt alive in Madagascar: suspects shot down by gendarmes

Paris: Two suspects incarcerated after the death of a man driven out for an

 Paris: Two suspects incarcerated after the death of a man driven out for an bag on the night of Thursday to Friday, in Paris, a 49 -year -old man died after being beaten by people trying to Flying his bag © Clément Follain / 20 minutes a police station in Paris. (Illustration) investigates - On the night of Thursday to Friday, in Paris, a 49 -year -old man died after being beaten by people trying to steal his bag for a bag for a bag. A 49 -year -old man died after being rolled in the 13th arrondissement of Paris , on the night of Thursday to Friday.

north of the capital of the Big Island, after a bloody attack attributed to the Dahalos, thieves of zebus, around thirty villagers perished in a fire. The authors are actively sought by the police at the request of the government which makes it a national priority. 32 personnes brulées vives à Madagascar : Des suspects abattus par les gendarmes © supplied by Zinfos 32 people burned in vives in Madagascar: suspects slaughtered by gendarmes

Three suspects were killed by the Malagasy gendarmerie according to the press of the big island. 25 people have also been arrested, suspected of being the accomplices of zebus thieves.

The instigators would however be still on the run and actively sought.

The thesis of the Dahalos, these thieves of zebus, is always privileged by the police to explain the massacre of around thirty villagers in the region of Ankazobe, north of the classified capital in terms of insecure.

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