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S. Africa Delays Parole Decision on Apartheid-era Killer

South Africa has postponed a parole decision for the leader of a police killing and torture squad during the apartheid era. Eugene de Kock was dubbed "Prime Evil" for the crimes he and the clandestine "C10" unit committed against opponents of white minority rule in the 1980s and early 1990s. Justice Minister Michael Masutha says de Kock has made "progress" toward rehabilitation, but families of his victims must be consulted as part of the parole...

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