SA Condemns Charlie Hebdo Attack

South African government condemns the attack on French satire magazine, Charlie Hebdo

The Department of International Relations and Cooperation reports that the South African government has condemned the attack on French satire magazine, Charlie Hebdo in which 12 people were killed in Paris.

In a statement, Department of International Relations and Cooperation deputy director general, Clayson Monyela states that, “The South African government joins the international community in condemning the calculated and barbaric terrorist attack on journalists and members of the public in Paris, France...”

Monyela adds that, “[the] Deliberate attacks against journalists and members of the public contravene international law and constitute a crime against humanity.”

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