Thousands have marched in South Africa’s coastal city of Durban against xenophobia following attacks on foreign nationals in the country. Up to 5,000 people including religious and political leaders attended Thursday’s rally after attacks against foreigners left at least five people dead since March. The atmosphere at the rally was mostly calm, with protesters singing solidarity songs….

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