Preliminary police investigations showed the victims were all males aged between 20 and 38 and had been dumped along a road by unknown people
Ethiopia's government will investigate the reported deaths of 27 of its citizens found in a farming area on the outskirts of Zambia's capital Lusaka, Ethiopia's state news agency said on Monday.
According to the Ethiopia News Agency, Ethiopia will send experts to the area to confirm the identities of the citizens reported to have died while attempting to illegally cross into South Africa.
Preliminary investigations revealed that the victims were all men aged 20 to 38, whose bodies had been dumped along a road by unknown people.
The police also added that the only survivor was discovered alive in the early hours of Sunday morning and was rushed to a Lusaka hospital for treatment.
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