Miners Charged with Murder in South African Shooting

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Last week a memorial service was held for 34 people killed during a strike at a South Africa platinum mine. Now, 270 of the miners involved in that unrest, have been told they will face murder charges. A law dating back to the apartheid era is being used to prosecute them. Host Marco Werman talks with reporter Anders Kelto in Cape Town.
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