Crowd At PNG PM's Election Rally Turns Violent

O'Neill had to be taken to safety after rocks thrown in Hela province

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Radio New Zealand International, June 22, 2017) – Papua New Guinea's prime minister had to be whisked to safety after an angry crowd stormed an election rally yesterday.

Peter O'Neill was campaigning for his People's National Congress party in Tari, the capital of Hela province.

Papua New Guinea's prime minister had to be whisked to safety after an angry crowd stormed an election rally yesterday.

Peter O'Neill was campaigning for his People's National Congress party in Tari, the capital of Hela province.

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