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Madagascar: Three French tourists brutally attacked by machete on the island of Nosy Be




Madagascar: Three French tourists brutally attacked by machete on the island of Nosy Be
Three French tourists were victims last Thursday, August 1, of a vicious assault by machete on the coastal island of Nosy Be, in the northwest of the Big Island while they returning to their hotel.
 
Three men and tried to steal their purses.
 
One of the French tourists, 37 years of age and originally from Burgundy, had tendons and nerves of the hand sectioned.

His two other friends were more lightly wounded during the violent assault they suffered.
 
The three tourists were repatriated to the Emergency Hospital of Bellepierre in Reunion, and before being able to regaining to the city.



Antso Rajaona


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