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Politicians have condemned the attacks.
The minister condemned the proposal as ‘very damaging’.
He was widely condemned for his behaviour after the match.
The statement was roundly condemned by members of the opposition party.
Both men have been condemned to life imprisonment.
Fifty rebels were condemned to death.
Peacock’s goal condemned United to their first defeat since March.
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