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1 reported dead in shooting in Cape Town airport

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South African media say one person has died in a shooting in Cape Town International Airport.
   News channel eNCA said on its website that police reported at least three other people were injured in the shooting in an airport restaurant on Wednesday. The news website carries a photograph of a man lying on the floor with blood around his head.
   Local reports said that a man shot a woman before shooting himself.
   There were no reported disruptions to flight schedules.
   A police constable reached by telephone at the airport said officers were busy with the investigation and that he had no further comment.
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