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Lesotho appeal courts revokes bail granted to former leader's wife

Reuters Friday, 29 May 2020
Lesotho's Appeal Court on Friday revoked bail which had been granted to the former prime minister Thomas Thabane's wife, who is accused of murdering the leader's previous spouse.
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