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Twenty-two people died after police clashed with members of a religious sect in central Angola last week, local media reported on Wednesday, quoting police sources.On April 16, police raided a village in the Huambo region to arrest Julino Kalupeteca, the leader of the Seventh Day Light of the World Church, police chief Paulo Gaspar de Almeida told local news agency ANGOP.Clashes broke out as the sect's members tried to resist the arrest of their leader leaving nine policemen dead along with 13 members of the sect, the police chief said, adding that Kalupeteca was eventually arrested.
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