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South Africa rejected international appeals to commute the death sentences of three black guerrillas due to be hanged today (June 9). Thelle Mogoerane, Jerry Mosololi, and Marcus Motaung, all members of the outlawed African National Congress, were convicted of high treason and murder.

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