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Mozambique court finds former president’s son, others guilty over $2 bln scandal

By Reuters
08 December 2022   |   1:43 pm
A Mozambican court on Wednesday found a former president's son and 10 other people guilty on charges related to a $2 billion "hidden debt" scandal that crashed the southern African nation's economy, sentencing them each to more than 10 years in prison.

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