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Paraguay ex-President Cartes says open to local probe after Brazil arrest warrant

Reuters Monday, 25 November 2019 ()
Paraguayan former president Horacio Cartes said on Monday he was open to the country's prosecutors' officer investigating him after a Brazilian judge issued a warrant for his arrest last week as part of the widespread "Car Wash" corruption probe.
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