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Portuguese court rules against dos Santos over tweets she calls slander

Reuters India Friday, 17 January 2020
Citing freedom of expression, a Lisbon court has ruled against Isabel dos Santos, the billionaire daughter of Angola's former president, who had demanded the removal of several tweets by a long-time Portuguese critic accusing her of money-laundering.
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