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Papua New Guinea must act after woman burned alive for 'sorcery'

Headline Title:  Papua New Guinea must act after 'sorcery' killing 08 February 2013 Authorities in Papua New Guinea (PNG) must take urgent action to prevent 'sorcery'-related killings, Amnesty International said after the brutal murder of a woman accused of using witchcraft to kill a young boy.Twenty-year-old Kepari Leniata was stripped, tied up, doused in petrol and burned alive by relatives of the dead boy in the city of Mount Hagen, local media reported."Those responsible for the shocking torture and killing of this woman must be brought to justice," said Kate Schuetze,…

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