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Namibia arrests former justice minister in fishing scandal

Reuters Wednesday, 27 November 2019
Namibia has arrested its former justice minister on suspicion of receiving kickbacks from Iceland's biggest fishing firm in a scandal that has cast a shadow over the ruling party as it faces its toughest challenge to date in an election on Wednesday.
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