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Kasungu in Dual Riots

Malawi Defense Force soldiers on their way to Lilongwe this morning had to intervene in a clash between citizens and their police at Nkhamenya in Kasungu.
(Jerusalem, December 17, 2019) – Israel should grant Palestinians in the West Bank rights protections at least equal to those afforded Israeli citizens, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today, citing Israel’s 52 years of occupation with no end in sight. The law of occupation permits occupiers to restrict some civil rights in the early days of an occupation based on limited security justifications, but sweeping restrictions are unjustified and unlawful after five decades.

Asamoah Gyan displayed his music skills once again after singing "Could you be beloved" by famous reggae artiste Bob Marley to his NorthEast United teammate Jose Leudo.

Pep Guardiola faces a resumption of hostilities with Real Madrid after Manchester City were drawn against the Spanish giants in the last 16 of the Champions League, while there will be a rerun of the 2012 final when Chelsea meet Bayern Munich.

A husband is on the run in Dowa after he allegedly killed his wife for selling the family’s green maize without his knowing.
A diesel run power generating plant has been commissioned on Likoma Island.
Timwamadzi Lipenga, author and lecturer of literature at Chancellor College yesterday launched Lomathinda Rose Chibambo Speaks, a book that chronicles the life of one of Malawi’s post-independence freedom fighters.
Former lands minister, Atupele Muluzi, has distanced himself from assertions he may have had a hand in the dubious allocation and sell of public land when he was a minister.
Warehouse manager for the Malawi Electoral Commission, Diverson Makwete, was yesterday summoned to police headquarters at Area 30 in Lilongwe, for questioning.
The Constitutional Court handling the presidential election case says it has, so far, used up about 240 million Kwacha of taxpayers’ money since July and that figure is going up.
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