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[wanabidii] Power battles keep Malawians guessing why their president disappeared (M&G Africa)
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Power battles keep Malawians guessing why their president disappeared
Peter Mutharika disappeared without explanation for a month, prompting citizens to speculate about the reasons, including that he was gravely ill.
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