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Viral video depicting rape shocks South Africa

A video showing the gang rape of a 17-year-old girl in Johannesburg, South Africa reportedly went viral, sparking a search for the rapists and the missing girl. The girl, who went missing on March 21, was picked up by police in Dobsonville on Wednesday morning, and the seven males seen in the video were arrested on Tuesday. The 10-minute video sparked outrage on social media under the hashtag #rapevideo as many condemned those who were passing around links to the footage.
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