Eswatini nurses shot during protests: union

The Swaziland Democratic Nurses Union called on its members not to treat any injured soldiers or police.

2021-10-21 04:07:00 PM

The Swaziland Democratic Nurses Union called on its members not to treat any injured soldiers or police.

The Swaziland Democratic Nurses Union called on its members not to treat any injured soldiers or police.

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