A missionary nun from Burgos, Ines Nieves Sancho, 77, was found dead on Monday in the village of Nola, near the city of Berberati, southwest of the Central African Republic, according to L’Osservatore Romano. The nun, of Burgos origin, belonged to the small local community of the Daughters of Jesus and had been helping the most disadvantaged people in the southwest of this country for 23 years . The reasons for the brutal attack are still unknown and no one was responsible for the crime. According to a first reconstruction of the murder, the sister, who lived alone, would have been surprised on Sunday night by a group of strangers who entered her room and took her to the premises where she taught her sewing classes, where she was stabbed and practically decapitated.
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