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US News: Liberia: a crowd movement makes dozens of deaths to a religious gathering


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Photo d'illustration de la ville de Monrovia, au Liberia, où plusieurs dizaines de personnes sont mortes dans un mouvement de foule le 20 janvier 2022. © John Wessels, AFP Photo of illustration of the city of Monrovia, Liberia, where dozens of people died in a movement of crowd the January 20, 2022.

A crowd movement at a religious gathering in Liberia caused the death of at least 29 people in the night of Wednesday to Thursday. The reasons for the drama are unknown.

At least 29 people died in the night of Wednesday 19 to Thursday, January 20th in Monrovia, the capital of the Liberia , during a crowded movement during a Christian religious gathering, said the police.

"We fear that 29 people were dead," said AFP correspondent the police spokesman, Moses Carter. "Their death is confirmed," he said to the correspondent who asked him to clarify his remarks.

"Among them are children who took part in this crusade," the name given to this kind of gathering, he said.

wounded in critical condition

The manager added that the drama's assessment was risking to increase. "The number (deaths) could increase because other people are in critical condition," he said.

The reasons for the drama are unknown. The information confirmed on the circumstances are summary.

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