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South Africa sent a special envoy to neighboring Zimbabwe asking that the black-ruled nation take steps to ensure that nationalist rebels do not stage attacks from its territory. The move came after Pretoria announced that a black farm worker was injured by a land mine planted by suspected rebels of the African National Congress who fled into Zimbabwe. Meanwhile, the South African Supreme Court extended to Feb. 4 an order forbidding police to assault or torture people detained without trial.


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